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Tama the stationmaster, Japan’s feline star of a struggling local railway, was mourned by company officials and fans and elevated into a goddess at a funeral on June 28.
A “cat town” has been established after two years of work in the northern province of Samsun with the aim of giving a healthy and comfortable life to stray cats.
China destroyed more than six hundred kilograms of ivory in front of media and diplomats May 29, as it seeks to shed its image as a global trading hub for illegal elephant tusks.
China has put on display the latest twin pandas born through artificial insemination as part of efforts to boost the numbers of its unofficial national mascot.
Nearly half of Mozambique’s elephants have been killed for their ivory.
Campaigners protesting China's annual dog meat festival, which sees thousands of canines butchered and eaten, were forcibly dispersed by unidentified men on June 22 as they attempted to rally outside a government office.
A marten cub, which was found by citizens in the courtyard of the Ulu Mosque in the northwestern province of Bursa, has been sent to the Eskişehir Sazova Zoo after its treatment in the veterinary
Cankurtar Ankara is a volunteer group of about fifty of the capital city’s animal lovers. They go to shelters regularly to feed the thousands of animals, mostly dogs, living in horrendous situations, while saving and finding homes for many. You can be part of this team of great hearts, or just help contribute to the cause
A Japanese town notorious for killing dolphins may set up a dolphin breeding farm after zoos and aquariums decided to stop buying their animals caught in the wild, but it has no plans to halt the controversial hunt, its mayor said on May 21.
Home to over 15,000 sea creatures, Istanbul SEA LIFE Aquarium is currently witnessing a love story that rivals even the most romantic of movies: one of a Pacific Ocean fish named Kadir and his beloved toy.
A group of animal activists met for the first time with Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality representatives to present their demands about stray animals and newly constructed animal shelters
A bear cub, which fell from rocks in a forest in the northern province of Karabük, is undergoing treatment.
The popularity of the Turkish native shepherd dog breed called “Akbaş” has increased, said president of the Akbaş Shepherd Dog Conservation and Research Association (AKAD) Erhan Ulutürk, adding that the waiting list for buying an Akbaş was at least five months.
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