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Australia pilot whales: rescuers start euthanizing as tolls rise - We The World

Australia pilot whales: rescuers start euthanizing as tolls rise

Rescuers on the spot of Australia's worst-ever mass whale stranding event reportedly started to euthanize the animals without having any options left,...
380 whales dead in Australia's worst stranding in history - We The World

380 whales dead in Australia’s worst stranding in history

As of Wednesday afternoon, at least 380 pilot whales were confirmed dead on the Tasmanian island, after nearly 100 were found dead...
Australia faces worst whale beaching event in years. Nearly 100 dead - We The World

Australia faces worst whale beaching event in years. Nearly 100 dead

An estimated 270 pilot whales were stranded on the southern-most states of Australia, of which almost one third died, as rescuers managed...
Mystery of mass Elephant die-off solved, says Botswana government - We The World

Mystery of mass Elephant die-off solved says Botswana government

Hundreds of elephants mysteriously died between May and June in Botswana from apparently no cause, baffling experts worldwide. Now the government says...
VIDEO: Man's lost phone recovered, found filled with monkey selfies - We The World

VIDEO: Man’s lost phone recovered, found filled with monkey selfies

A man who lost his phone in a jungle behind his house was surprised to see the antics of an apparently tech-savvy...
Songbirds mysteriously dying off in hundreds of thousands worries experts in New Mexico - We The World

Songbirds mysteriously dying off in hundreds of thousands worries experts in...

Wildlife biologists in New Mexico are sounding alarms after hundreds of thousands of songbirds, including migratory species are being found dead across...
Rare dolphins make 'comeback' in Hong Kong after ferry traffic paused from COVID-19 - We The World Magazine

Rare dolphins make ‘comeback’ in Hong Kong after ferry traffic paused...

Indo-pacific dolphins known for their quirky gracefulness are returning to the Hong Kong waters after COVID-19 related travel restrictions reduced the number...

Humanity has wiped out 68% of total wildlife population in 46...

Humans have effectively destroyed 68% of the total population of traceable wildlife on an average between 1970 and 2016, thanks to humankind's...
Killer whale who mourned her dead baby for 17-days is a new mum again - We The World Magazine

Killer whale who mourned her dead baby for 17-days is a...

The famous killer whale who reportedly carried the dead body of her child for more than 17 days in the Salish Sea...