Ideas to protect animals in the city

Updated on 07/29/2022 at 2:23 PM Species protection isn’t just something for nature reserves. You can and should start in the city, because there are more and more wild animals living there too. Twelve ideas from people interested in animal welfare. More nature themes can be found here Until now, cities were designed to fit … Read more

Sharks seek human proximity – Wikipedia

Most animals are afraid of humans, so they try to get as far as possible from their noisy and bright cities. But there are some species that don’t mind the presence of humans and have learned to take advantage of it. When it comes to pigeons, from a human point of view it is rather … Read more

Sharks seek human proximity – Wikipedia

Most animals are afraid of humans, so they try to get as far as possible from their noisy and bright cities. But there are some species that don’t mind the presence of humans and have learned to take advantage of it. When it comes to pigeons, from a human point of view it is rather … Read more

Species extinction: Mutant virus threatens honeybees – Wikipedia

After the great bee death in the early 2000s, the honey bee population in Germany has slowly but surely increased again. In 2007 there were only 670,000 bee colonies in Germany, today there are nearly a million more. But now scientists are warning of a new threat: a type of deadly deformed wing virus (DWV). … Read more

This is what holidaymakers can do for turtles

May 21, 2022 at 12:39 am species protection : Turtle vacation Baby Aldabra tortoise on Fregate Island, Seychelles Photo: Fregate Island Private Resort May 23 is dedicated to an animal species that has lived on Earth for more than 220 million years: the tortoise. People all over the world participate in conservation projects for these … Read more

Spiders and Scorpions: Researchers of Uncontrolled Trade Anxiety

DrThe global trade in spiders and scorpions is booming: according to a current analysis, more than 1,200 species are traded, most of them uncontrolled and without any information about the stock of animals in nature. Two-thirds of the millions of animals traded are believed to be wild-caught, according to a report by an international research … Read more

Spiders and Scorpions: Researchers of Uncontrolled Trade Anxiety

DrThe global trade in spiders and scorpions is booming: according to a current analysis, more than 1,200 species are traded, most of them uncontrolled and without any information about the stock of animals in nature. Two-thirds of the millions of animals traded are believed to be wild-caught, according to a report by an international research … Read more

Ten Specimens of Extinction: The Little Vaquita Wasn’t Without an Opportunity

Ten samples of extinction The little vaquita is not without a chance 05/06/2022, 2:49 pm The California harbor porpoise, also known as the vaquita, is the smallest member of the porpoise family. Only ten copies will remain. However, researchers have discovered that its extinction is not inevitable. Because the greatest danger is the human being. … Read more

Conservation World and Jane Goodall’s Appeal to the Ministry of the Environment: Importing …

04/28/2022 – 11:00 Humanitarian Society International / Europe (HSI) Berlin (OTS) In a letter, the ethics group of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) called on the federal government to end the practice of bounty hunting imports on ethical, environmental and legal grounds. It not only receives support from 14 animal and species … Read more

Hundreds of gray seals changing their fur on the dunes of Heligoland

nutural view Hundreds of gray seals changing their fur on the dunes of Heligoland Updated date: 04/19/2022, 06:00 | Reading time: 4 minutes Gray seals lie on the shore of the Heligoland dunes. Photo: Marcus Schulz / D An impressive event can be observed in the spring: hundreds of animals change their fur. Where do … Read more