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Sebel Pier One's balcony suite view of Sydney Harbour. Get set for the arrival of over-water hotel suites on Sydney Harbour. While the seven new architect-designed cocoons at the Sebel Pier One are not quite what you might find in, say, Tahiti, they
19 March 2013 A 92-year-old woman paid a visit to an old childhood friend she once cared for Chicago's first and most famous gorilla, Bushman. Winifred Hope Smith cared for the creature as a young girl living in Africa, and remembered the massive 550-
Beginning Thursday, the South Side science temple turns over both of its big main-floor temporary exhibit spaces to Animal Inside Out, the U.S. premiere of a collection of more than 100 wild kingdom specimens that have undergone the trademark
Photos Save to mystar Photos View gallery They're good gorillas, but they're always very curious. And one zookeeper is out of a job because of their curiosity and human error. Last Friday, several gorillas wandered from their enclosure at the Calgary
Online travel agency Zuji.com.au has compiled a list of the top 10 life-changing travel experiences to get you excited about your next trip, and we've added in some of our favourites...There are only 880 mountain gorillas left in Rwanda, Africa, and
Curious apes raised some ruckus in a Calgary Zoo kitchen Friday, leaving a zookeeper injured. It's not clear, said zoo officials, exactly how an unknown number of gorillas ventured into a kitchen connected to their enclosure, about 9:15 a.m. There
The report shows that the cause of this illegal trade shifted from traditional conservation threats such as deforestation, mining and bush-meat hunting, to a more sophisticated business driven by demand from international markets. According to
Michael Kesterton The Globe and Mail Published Tuesday, Mar. 05 2013, 4:31 PM EST Last updated Tuesday, Mar. 05 2013, 5:05 PM EST Zoo workers are gorilla moms Some zoo workers in Cincinnati are going ape over a baby gorilla, says Associated Press.
Stolen from their homes in the forests of Africa and Southeast Asia, every year more than 3,000 chimpanzees, bonobos, gorillas and orangutans fall victim to traffickers and organized crime networks, according to a new report from the U.N.
Almost 3 000 great apes are killed or captured in the wild each year because of rampant illegal trade, according to a new UN report released on Monday that voiced fears for their survival. More than 22 000 great apes are estimated to have been lost