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The Dedicated Wildlife Team At Kaziranga National Park Saved a Baby Rhino From Drowning in Floodwaters

With over 90% of Kaziranga National Park, home to the endangered one-horned rhinoceros, flooded, authorities have been battling to move the animals to higher ground. Monsoon rains and floods have affected millions of people across the north-eastern Indian state of Assam. Watch this epic rescue operation. 

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Calendar Filled With Cute Opposums And Handsome Guys Raises Funds For Good Cause

Lady Walker, a wildlife rehabber and the owner and lead photographer of WildHeart Family Pet Portraits, has created this 18-month calendar features North American marsupials only — and opossums are the only living marsupials native to North America. the aim is to raise funds to help Gulf Coast wildlife rehabs. Walker told PEOPLE she came up with the idea to use opossums as calendar stars after encountering one of the animals at a wild life rehabber's ranch. The process of getting all the models together was easier than she thought. While some may think opossums are scary or stinky, there were plenty of guys ready to prove this unfair stereotype wrong. And the results are great! You can buy it here for only 25$. 

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GoFundMe Renews a Funding Page For The Stray Dogs And Cats Still Living At The Chernobyl Nuclear Site

The page, "Save the Dogs of Chernobyl," was originally created on May 10, 2017, but is being renewed these days, after the critically acclaimed HBO series "Chernobyl" brought to the attention of the public the real-life nuclear disaster that occurred in 1986.  The page is aimed at raising money for the hundreds of dogs and cats living at the site of the Chernobyl Power Plant nuclear accident, as well as on the 30 kilometers that surrounds it.


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Meet The Brave Veterinarian Who Risks His Life To Rescue Animals From War Zones

Being trapped in a cage as active combat rages around you is actually the terrifying reality for zoo animals living in war zones. Veterinarian Amir Khalil(52) is trying to save as many as he can while risking his own life rushing into trouble spots around the world, treating and evacuating starving and injured animals. Here is his amazing story. 

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A Luxury Hotel In The Maldives Is Hiring An Intern To Look After Turtles In Its Rescue Centre

Who said the perfect job doesn't exist? This might be one of the best summer internship opportunities you'll come across.

This luxury hotel in the Maldives is running a marine turtle rescue centre and is currently looking to hire an intern for two weeks in August to look after the turtles along with their veterinary experts. The list of duties includes feeding the turtles, cleaning their tanks, attending turtle rescue missions, providing information to guests and posting about the experience on Instagram. And if that's not enough, the lucky candidate will have all their expenses covered including flights, accommodation and food. 




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Baby Sloth Reunited With Lost Mom Thanks To a Creative Technique Used By Wildlife Rescuers

Volunteers from Jaguar Rescue Center in Costa Rica played recordings of displaced baby's cries over handheld speaker to locate brown-throated three-toed sloth mother. The infant was returned to its mother in a moving video. Via: National Geographic

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