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Police officers helped release a tangled up dolphin washed ashore in Istanbul’s Avcılar district on Sept. 25.
The latest habitants to join the Antalya Aquarium, three cute seals brought from Cuba, have drawn tourists’ attention in the southern province of Antalya
Examinations have started after amateur fishermen caught piranhas in the Kızılırmak River for the third time in the last 20 days
The governor of the southern province of Antalya has issued a call for protection of four endangered species of the Mediterranean Sea, including sea turtles, dusky groupers, seahorses and tower shells
Director and artist Kutluğ Ataman’s bird grove in his hometown Erzincan helps wounded wild birds return to nature after their treatment
Fishermen rescued a caretta caretta turtle that was tied to a buoy with a fish line in a Turkish resort in Bodrum on July 30
Turkey’s first Zoology and Nature Museum, which opened on April 23 in the southeastern province of Gaziantep and displays stuffed wild animals, has been visited so far by more than a million people
Drones equipped with a shark detection system powered by artificial intelligence will start patrolling some Australian beaches from next month in a bid to improve safety.
Endangered red deer have been spotted by motion-triggered cameras in the Dilek Peninsula-Greater Menderes Delta National Park. Officials said 40 red deer in the park have been followed by 23 cameras.
A search-and-rescue dog named Şans (Luck), which has been a member of the İzmir Municipality Fire Department for 11 years, taking part in many missions including after the Van earthquake and the Soma mine disaster, has died.
The Istanbul City Lines has updated a regulation that previously required people to carry their pets in cages when commuting by ferries, it said in a statement on its official website on July 25
A man living in the southeastern province of Mardin’s Derik district has been making walkers and prosthetic limbs with his own means from various materials to help disabled animals walk again.
A group of animals from Aleppo Zoo in war-torn Syria, which was heavily damaged during the clashes in the city, have been sent to Turkey and taken under protection