Video: Massive alligators gnaw smaller alligator feet away from paddleboarder in Florida – Reuters

Video: Massive alligators gnaw on smaller alligator feet away from paddleboarder in FloridaWJXT News4JAX The gruesome cannibalism of alligators observed by a woman paddling in Florida State ParkMiami Herald VIDEO: Florida alligator captured using another alligator as a lunchtime snackOrlando Sentinel WILD FLORIDA: Massive alligator devours smaller alligatorWPLG Local 10 Alligator bites: Massive alligator makes … Read more

Virus kills deer in Dutchess County, triggering EHD outbreak warning – NBC New York

If your heart aches a little every time you hear New York announcing a “first case” of something these days, you’re not alone. This latest Empire State development doesn’t need to sink it any further, but it’s something officials from the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation urge you to be aware of. The agency confirmed … Read more

Little Daisy the beagle will not go into a lab (4000 beagles)! – The Humane Society of the United States

Little Daisy the beagle will not go into a lab (4000 beagles)!The Humane Society of the United States Rescued beagles arrive in upstateCarolina fox ‘They’re so happy’: Raleigh rescue seeking forever homes for rescued beagles from VA puppy farmWTVD-TV Beagles rescued from Virginia breeding facility now in foster homes in DCWUSA9 See full coverage on … Read more

The Leader Podcast: Snakes on the Thames! Wild exotic animals in London

M udlarking is the historical pursuit of combing the Thames foreshore in search of hopefully rare or valuable artefacts to give us a glimpse into the history of how Londoners lived. Among the coins, bottles, occasional weapons and oddities like tiny Roman spoons for scooping ear wax found nestled in the silt, mudlark Jason Sandy … Read more

LIVE: Visit America’s National Parks with Full Episodes of the Classic Series | National Geographic – National Geographic

LIVE: Visit America’s National Parks with Full Episodes of the Classic Series | National geographicNational geographic

What killed tons of fish in a European river? The mystery deepens | Health, Medicine and Fitness

PA WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Laboratory tests following a mass fish kill in the Oder River have detected high levels of salinity but no mercury poisoning of its waters, Poland’s Minister of Health said Saturday. Environment as the mystery continued as to what had killed tons of fish in Central Europe. Anna Moskwa, climate and … Read more

New York carriage horse on the mend after scary collapse: stable worker

The sick carriage horse that collapsed on a busy Manhattan street will not be sold or euthanized as a result, a stable employee insisted to the Post on Thursday. The horse, named Ryder, spent the night at the West Side Livery stables on West 38th Street after being filmed lying in the middle of the … Read more

Wild portraits and magical landscapes: Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2022 – in pictures | Art and design

The Nature TTL Photographer of the Year winner was chosen from more than 8,000 images from around the world. From a scarred lion doing his close-up to a fish with a bite to eat, participants competed for category wins in wild portraits, animal behavior, camera traps, underwater, night sky, small world, landscapes, urban wildlife and … Read more

Newly identified Langya henipavirus infects 35 people in China

Nearly three dozen people have been sickened by a new virus spreading in China – with scientists warning it is too early to say whether it is deadly or spreading among humans. Langya henipavirus – or LayV – appears to be jumping from animals in parts of China, nearly three years into the coronavirus pandemic. … Read more