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A caretta caretta found heavily wounded in the Marmara province of Çanakkale last year has recovered after undergoing a second surgery and is waiting to be set free to the sea again, Doğan News Agency reported on May 17
A pack horse which was injured a few days ago in a traffic accident in Istanbul’s Ümraniye neighborhood is continuing its struggle to survive as it receives treatment at Istanbul University’s Veterinary Faculty.
The Culture and Tourism Ministry has issued diplomatic accreditation for the guide dog of Maggie Moore, the visually impaired wife of British Ambassador to Ankara Richard Moore.
Locals in the Turkish province of Sivas have found a rare and unique swift, arousing curiosity in the Central Anatolian province where the swift is seen as a mystical creature
A group of veterinarians from the Four Paws International charity took the last two residents of a Mosul zoo out of the war-battered Iraqi city
A baby red squirrel, which was found and delivered to officials by children four days ago in the northeastern province of Kars, was released back into nature after receiving treatment on May 12, state-run Anadolu Agency has reported
A total of 56 wild animals which were illegally smuggled into Turkey were seized during a police raid on a farm in Istanbul on April 10, state-run Anadolu Agency has reported.
A total of six wolf pups were found in a forested area in the southeastern province of Diyarbakır on May 8, state-run Anadolu Agency has reported
A cat rescued from northern Syria by a Turkish soldier during the Euphrates Shield Operation in February has found his new home: A bookstore in Istanbul.
The first caretta caretta nests have been detected on Muğla’s İztuzu beach. The nests on the beach are taken under protection with cages until the end of September when the hatching process ends
A stray dog who was left paralyzed is now receiving treatment in Ankara following the intervention from a man in Kırıkkale who has long looked after strays in the province
İbrahim Sedef has tried steel and he’s tried concrete, all to no avail. Now, the beekeeper in Trabzon’s Sürmene district – who doubles as the local deputy mayor – is trying to think of what to try next to halt his most implacable foe: a bear that keeps getting all his honey
Visually impaired Nurdeniz Tuncer, the president of the Guide Dogs Association of Turkey, continues the diaries of her new life, accompanied by Turkey’s first guide dog Kara