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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
A lion evacuated from the war-torn province of Syria’s Aleppo to the Marmara province of Bursa gave birth in Jordan on Aug. 12.
The Metropolitan Municipality Zoo in the Central Anatolian province of Eskişehir is home to 120 different species of animals, and a team of three people is preparing special food for them twice a day.
Endangered birds will be tracked with a radar system as part of a new project developed by the Turkish Environment and Urbanization Ministry.
Two amateur fishermen released a 30-kilogram fish into the Mediterranean Sea on June 19 in a bid to protect nature, Doğan News Agency has reported.
A study has revealed that storks can travel thousands of kilometers after a survey done in Turkey’s Samsun tracked a stork that traveled as far as 7,000 kilometers from the Black Sea province to Mozambique, Doğan News Agency has reported.
A garbage collector leads a donkey in the old part of Algiers, known as the ‘Kasbah,’ as they collect trash.
Thousands of cats and dogs are still waiting in poor conditions at pet shops, amid ongoing debate over a new draft law banning pet shop owners from displaying them in stores.
Around 400 wild horses have been introduced to run freely in nature in the Central Anatolian province of Nevşehir, known globally for its unique landscape of fairy chimneys
The Gaziantep Zoo, Turkey’s biggest and Europe’s second biggest, has been welcoming new guests. Home to some 7,000 animals of 350 species, zoo staff have recently been excited about new-born babies.
A school of dolphins was photographed on June 18 swimming at Istanbul’s Bosphorus Strait, which has recently been offering a feast for local eyes after its waters turned turquoise due to phytoplankton.
A total of 39 pitbulls which were used in criminal activity by their owners have been put into a rehabilitation program in the Aegean province of Manisa, Doğan News Agency reported May 30
A bear cub which was found by locals in the eastern province of Bitlis’ Tatvan district and taken under protection at Van Yüzüncu Yıl University’s (YYU) Animal Protection and Rehabilitation Center has been sent to the Karacabey Ovakorusu Bear Shelter and Rehabilitation Center in the northwestern province of Bursa.
At least 70 bears which were tortured in the service of a dancing tradition have been taken under protection in a bear shelter with the help of the Forestry and Water Affairs Ministry in the Marmara province of Bursa