A frog that changes colour attracts crowds

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM - A frog that changes its colour frequently is drawing crowds to the home of 35-year-old Reji Kumar in the city suburbs here.

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Pets help vets find potential cures for human cancers

NEW YORK - Vets treating cancer-ridden pets with cutting-edge drugs are also gaining vital insights into the progression and therapy for cancers in humans.

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Suspected virus kills a score of Peacock in Indore

NAVDA PANDHA - Around twenty peacocks have died at a village near Mhow in Indore following outbreak of suspected virus.

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Tail-ing lizards can be frustrating experience for predators

WASHINGTON - Ever tried cornering a lizard, you’ll know they can easily give you the slip by detaching their tails and scampering to safety.

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Vets from India and Japan plans to prolong animal lives through stem cell technology

Good news for animal lovers, the Tamilnadu Veterinary and Animal Sciences University (TANUVAS) researchers have signed a memorandum of understanding with Nichi-in Centre for Regenerative Medicine (NCRM) to provide stem cell-based treatment to animals.

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Welcome home dear Ratchet

Love wins again, this time it even melt down the US military norms, and managed to sent Ratchet a 6-month old Iraqi puppy to his new US home.

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Stem Cell Therapy Offers Injured Horses the Chance of a Successful Return to Racing

Animal health care company Vet Biotechnology reports that they have launched cutting edge technology in Australia with the collection of equine umbilical cord stem cells from the afterbirth of newborn thoroughbred (foals) young offspring of a horse.

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Ferocious Dobermann Wins Prize In Obedience Test

Police gave up on it, the dog had attacked the trainer on two occasions, and he was afraid to handle it anymore.

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Avian Flu Controllable in U.S. as Long as It’s “Bird Flu”

If a virulent strain of avian influenza ever struck the U.S. poultry industry, this country probably would fare better than many other nations, due to careful biosecurity procedures in force.

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