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Lives of snow leopards in danger; hundreds being killed every year, warns report!

Lives of snow leopards in danger; hundreds being killed every year, warns report!

The lives of the already endangered big cats hang by a thread and there are as few as 4,000 of them remaining and numbers have fallen by a fifth in the last 16 years.

Appalling: North Korean zoo chimpanzee smokes a pack daily, making visitors laugh! - See pics

Appalling: North Korean zoo chimpanzee smokes a pack daily, making visitors laugh! - See pics

This has shocked and disgusted animal rights campaigners and animal lovers alike. 

Good news: 'Functionally extinct', China's freshwater dolphin 'Baiji' may have been spotted again!

Good news: 'Functionally extinct', China's freshwater dolphin 'Baiji' may have been spotted again!

Song told the Guardian that the unconfirmed sighting occurred during a seven-day search mission down the Yangtze that began in the city of Anqing on September 30.

Orphaned Goodfellow's tree kangaroo raised through cross-fostering all set to be sent to Singapore!

Orphaned Goodfellow's tree kangaroo raised through cross-fostering all set to be sent to Singapore!

Cross-fostering, a breeding technique, was adopted by Adelaide zoo in the 1990s and involves transferring endangered joeys to the pouch of a surrogate mother of a different wallaby species.

Alligator attack: Two-year-old boy dragged away by enormous reptile in Florida; believed dead

Alligator attack: Two-year-old boy dragged away by enormous reptile in Florida; believed dead

A colossal search is currently under way for the missing child.

Bramble Cay melomys becomes first victim of human-induced climate change; goes extinct!

Bramble Cay melomys becomes first victim of human-induced climate change; goes extinct!

As per reports, the Bramble Cay melomys, a mammal native to the Great Barrier Reef, is nowhere to be found anymore.  

Vaquita population drops to 60; scientists ponder captive breeding!

Vaquita population drops to 60; scientists ponder captive breeding!

However, as per the scientists, this procedure would be highly risky and is probably a desperate effort to save the porpoise population.

Shark attack leaves surfer fighting for life after losing leg; mammal killed!

Shark attack leaves surfer fighting for life after losing leg; mammal killed!

The 4.2m-long shark, meanwhile, was trapped in baited drum lines and killed by the Western Australia fisheries department, according to reports.

The Guardian `plans to cut 250 UK jobs`

The Guardian `plans to cut 250 UK jobs`

The parent company of The Guardian is planning to cut 250 jobs, including 100 in the newsroom, as it attempts to balance the books within three years, the newspaper reported Thursday.

 

Now, Facebook, Google and WhatsApp to fortify user data security

Now, Facebook, Google and WhatsApp to fortify user data security

Social networking giant Facebook too is working on to better protect its Messenger service.

Is it time to declare a climate emergency? February breaks global temperature records!

Is it time to declare a climate emergency? February breaks global temperature records!

This has come as a huge shock and has added to the growing concern over the rise in global temperature resulting from human-produced greenhouse gases.

Twitter facing challenges: Dorsey urges staff to post positive tweets

Twitter facing challenges: Dorsey urges staff to post positive tweets

Facebook is a very different business based on a closed, selective network compared with Twitter's outward-facing publishing platform.

UK media rakes up Modi's past

UK media rakes up Modi's past

Important British newspapers like The Guardian, The Times and the The Independent gave quite a space for the controversies surrounding Narendra Modi.

PM Modi faces questions on intolerance, Gujarat violence in UK

Western Media including BBC and The Guardian tries to corner PM Modi over Intolerance and Gujarat Riots. We Zee News asks why Western Media is intolerant about India.

PM Modi faces questions on intolerance in UK

British newspaper, The Guardian, asks three intolerable questions to PM Modi and David Cameron in UK. Check out the reality of the Guardian.

Is 7th October, 2015 going to be the end of the world?

Is 7th October, 2015 going to be the end of the world?

Is the world going to end tomorrow? That's what a Christian eBible fellowship group seems to believe.

Indian NGO to set up eye hospital in Nigeria

An Indian voluntary organization has joined hands with the Indian community in Nigeria and the Rotary Club to set up an eye hospital in Africa's most populous country.

Reports reveal higher number of trees in the world than previous estimates

Reports reveal higher number of trees in the world than previous estimates

According to the most comprehensive census yet of global forestation, there are slightly more than three trillion trees in the world, a figure that overshadows previous estimates.

European Games: Government, not organisers, responsible for barring media, say officials

European Games: Government, not organisers, responsible for barring media, say officials

The final say on whether foreign journalists attended the inaugural European Games in Baku lay with the Azerbaijan Government and not with the organisers, officials said on Saturday.

FIFA scandal: World media bays for Sepp Blatter's blood

FIFA scandal: World media bays for Sepp Blatter's blood

Following the arrest of seven FIFA officials in Switzerland on Wednesday on corruption charges and the US attorney general indicting 14 people, the international media is demanding that the world football's president Sepp Blatter immediately resign.