With Bindi Irwin about to turn 15 this week the Wildlife Warrior is keen to debate the serious issues of family planning and birth control to curb the overpopulation of the planet. The teenaged daughter of the late Crocodile Hunter Steve Irwin, has told News Ltd that she’s been wanting to tackle bigger issues facing the world today
Erin Brockovich, the gutsy environmental activist whose life story won Julia Roberts an Oscar, has apologised for being drunk in a boat. She looked very much the worse for wear in the mugshot police released after they arrested her for allegedly driving a boat while intoxicated
Veteran nature show presenter David Attenborough has had emergency heart surgery in London to insert a pacemaker, forcing him to cancel a sell-out tour of Australia next week.
Janie Smith visits Massey University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, the setting for a new Prime documentary series. Whether it is X-raying an injured tui or performing lifesaving surgery on a horse, the Massey University Veterinary Teaching Hospital is the place for the job.
Zoologist, conservationist, diver, television presenter, singer, classical musician – is there anything Miranda Krestovnikoff can’t do “I can’t draw for toffee,” says the Coast presenter.
A baby sloth at a zoo in the Netherlands is clinging to a new friend for dear life. A teddy bear has given to a 2-month-old sloth named Sjakie (pronounced “Sharkey”) at the Burgers’ Zoo. The stuffed bear not only provides a friend to cuddle with, but it give the baby […]
Daniel Millis, a volunteer with the faith-based organization No More Deaths, was arrested in 2008 for littering.
Los Angeles They’re cute, furry, and when they’re not chasing each other around kelp forests, they’re floating on their backs like miniature teddy bears. Hunted nearly to extinction for their luxuriant fur–the thickest of any mammal’s–the sea otters of California were making a comeback until they started mysteriously dying off.
The Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries has tagged two great white sharks off Cape Cod in an area where shark sightings have been reported, state officials said Sunday. The first tagging Saturday marked the first time a great white shark had been successfully tagged in the Atlantic Ocean, the division said in a statement.
The raging wildfires that killed hundreds of Australians earlier this year could not kill Sam the Koala.