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Guide Dog pups enjoy Easter treat hunt

New experiences help puppies prepare for their futures
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Chatter box HM The Queen, accompanied by HRH The Duke of Edinburgh, has officially unveiled ZSL Whipsnade Zoo’s brand new Centre for Elephant Care.

Set amidst 30 acres of rolling paddocks, the custom-designed Centre for Elephant Care is the new home for the Zoo’s herd of nine Asian elephants.

The Centre will provide more than 700m² of indoor space and contains an array of elephant-friendly features, including dimming lights to mimic night-time and one metre-deep soft sand flooring.  Chatter box

Equine News
Baby humpbacks ‘whisper’ to avoid danger
Baby humpbacks ‘whisper’ to avoid danger

Calls keep mother and calf together while swimming
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Larvae 'could replace use of adult fish in pain research'
Larvae 'could replace use of adult fish in pain research'

Scientists find larval zebrafish respond to pain and pain relief
Amur leopard enclosure off-show to visitors
Amur leopard enclosure off-show to visitors

Facility will allow the cats to raise cubs away from humans
Conservationists highlight plight of the giraffe
Conservationists highlight plight of the giraffe

Thousands killed for trophy items over the past decade
Mat test shows elephants are ‘body aware’
Mat test shows elephants are ‘body aware’

Study could inform human/elephant mitigation strategies
Komodo dragon blood shows promising antimicrobial properties
Komodo dragon blood shows promising antimicrobial properties

Scientists create synthetic peptide that helps to heal wounds
Lula and Simba rescued from Mosul zoo
Lula and Simba rescued from Mosul zoo

Animals transferred to a rescue centre in Jordan
Researchers call for control of raccoon dogs
Researchers call for control of raccoon dogs

Study reveals species is a vector for zoonotic disease
Study reports Europe’s first-ever population of cave fish
Study reports Europe’s first-ever population of cave fish

Fish discovered by divers exploring remote cave system
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New manual to help producers use medicines responsibly

A new manual to help sheep and beef producers use medicines responsibly has been published by AHDB Beef & Lamb.

The Better Returns Programme manual, Using Medicines Correctly for Better Returns, outlines the key principles when using medicines on the farm.

It includes making sure the medicine and correct dose is used at the right time, and that it is stored and administered correctly. It also explains the importance of using antibiotics and anthelmintics responsibly to avoid the build up of resistance.

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