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New York restaurant opens doors to dogs
A restaurant in New York has a special menu for pampered pooches to eat alongside their owners.
The search is on for Kate the elephant's keeper
Kate the elephant was one of the first animals to come to Blackpool Zoo, more than 40 years ago. Now staff are trying to track down the man who brought her from India to the UK.
'Micro Lion' discovered in Western Australia
A newly discovered ancient species of tiny lion which lived 18 million years ago has been named after Sir David Attenborough.
Three facts about elephants you won't want to forget
Adam the elephant keeper shares his top facts about Kate the elephant he looks after at the zoo.
100 endangered water voles released, what's so special about them?
One hundred endangered water voles are being released into a lake in the Yorkshire Dales to help boost their numbers. We look at what's so great about the furry creatures.
The 400-year-old shark and other really old things
Scientists say that Greenland sharks are the longest-living vertebrates known in the world. But they're not the only ancient things we share the planet with...
The Brigadier penguin and other animals with surprising titles
A king penguin has been promoted to the title of Brigadier Sir Nils Olav - so here are five of our favourite animals with surprising titles.
Panda mum surprises Austrian zoo with extra cub
Yang Yang the panda surprises staff at an Austrian zoo, after they miss that she had given birth to two cubs and not one!
Felix the train station cat on a 5k fun 'run' for charity
Huddersfield train station's cat, Felix, is aiming to do a 5k fun "run" to raise money for a children's charity.
The fabric that mends itself inspired by squids
Take a look at this incredible fabric inspired by squids, that sticks itself back together using water.
'Wild elephants wiped out in next 10 years'
On World Elephant Day, conservation charity Tusk tells Newsround wild elephants could be wiped out in many African countries in the next decade.
High tech tracking used to find missing tortoise Zuma
Tortoise Zuma took un unexpected journey when he was accidentally taken away by bin men, hear about the high tech search to find him.
What's so paw-some about cat cafes?
Ayshah's been along to one of the UK's newest cat cafes to find out what all the fuss is about.
Cat wars: Fur flies as Larry the cat takes on Palmerston
Palmerston, the resident chief mouser of the Foreign Office, was seen getting into a scrap with Larry the cat, who lives at 10 Downing Street with the prime minister.
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Divers tackle Great Barrier Reef starfish threat
An army of divers are taking on one of the biggest threats to the Great Barrier Reef in Australia - the 'Crown of Thorns' starfish.
David Attenborough turns 90 years old
Jenny takes a look back at just some of the highlights of Sir David Attenborough's long career working with animals.
Five dinosaur discoveries that changed the world
After researchers discover a new trail of dinosaur fossils in Scotland we look back the most amazing dinosaur discoveries of all time.

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