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True Facts About The Frog (Video)

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Pufferfish ‘crop circles’ (Video)

info-pictogram1 Nature’s greatest artist? One talented little pufferfish hopes to impress a female with his masterpiece.

Amur leopard cubs (Video)

info-pictogram1 Amur leopard cubs Argun and Anuy at Wildlife Heritage Foundation in Ashford in the UK. Video by Jackie Thomas.

How to save a sloth (Video)

info-pictogram1 Driving on the highway from Nickerie to Paramaribo in Surinam many animals are killed by cars when they are crossing the highway. Sometimes you are lucky and can you save lives of extraordinary animals.

Abiodun Oyewole: Something Beautiful (Video)

info-pictogram1 Legendary Last Poet Abiodun Oyewole wants to say something beautiful but bad feelings, bad thoughts and unresolved history seem to be getting in his way. Abiodun Oyewole is a founding member of The Last Poets who cleared a path for the birth of hip-hop.

Subhana’llah: Leopard (IMAGES)

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info-pictogram1 The leopard is the most elusive and secretive of the large felids. They are extremely difficult to trace and locate in the wild. Leopards are renowned for their agility. They run up to 58km/h and can leap 6m horizontally and 3m vertically. They are also very strong swimmers.

Subhana’llah: Panda (IMAGES)

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info-pictogram1 The giant panda’s black and white coat and prominent black eye patches have made it one of the best known species, although it is among the shyest and rarest animals in the world. It appears to use no special resting place, but simply lies down on the ground wherever it happens to be. There are only about 1,000 giant pandas left in the wild. They are classified as Endangered.

Subhana’llah: Squirrels (IMAGES)

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info-pictogram1 Their large eyes help them skilfully climb trees and avoid predators. Squirrels eat mostly nuts, fruits and seeds.

Red Flame Scallop Swimming (Video)

info-pictogram1 The Red Flame Scallop builds a small nest of small rocks and pieces of coral in which it embeds itself. In an aquarium, this may not offer much protection. When threatened, it may escape by clapping its valves together, propelling it through the water, with assistance from its tentacles.