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The tiger population in Nepal has almost doubled

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There is good news! Only recently has Nepal announced that the tiger population has recovered thanks to conservation efforts. It is estimated that there are now 235 wild tigers in the country, nearly double the 121 tigers reported in 2009. If this continues, Nepal could be the first country to double its national tiger population

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The 5 most poisonous animals in the world

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1. Sea wasp Her long tentacles are studded with thousands of nettle cells that explode on contact. They penetrate deep into the skin of the victim and then unload the enormously strong poison of the jellyfish. It attacks mainly the nervous system, leading to muscle and respiratory paralysis and cardiac arrest. Within a few minutes

Kenyan official says male lions who had sex ‘must have seen gay men behaving badly’ and should be separated

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The country’s ‘moral policeman’ Ezekial Mutua says the animals must have been inspired by seeing gay men and should receive therapy Two lions spotted in a gay sexual encounter must have seen a homosexual couple “behaving badly” in their park and should be separated and given counseling, an official in Kenya said. The animals were photographed after