Here are animals that grabbed headlines this week
Published : Mar 9, 2018, 3:41 pm IST
Updated : Mar 22, 2018, 12:52 pm IST
From moose grazing on shrubs, to canine ball retrievers, or rhinos playing in the snow here are animals who were in news this week. (Photos: AP)
From mosse grazing on shrubs, to canine ball retrievers, here are animals who were in news this week.
Two critically endangered black rhinoceroses play in the snow in a zoo in Dvur Kralove, Czech Republic.
The little handicapped polar bear Antonia sleeps at the zoo in Gelsenkirchen, Germany, Wednesday, March 7, 2018. Antonia was born 1989 at another zoo in Germany, the old lady was born with dwarfism and measures only 70 centimeters tallness.
A sea lion watches underwater at the zoo in Gelsenkirchen, Germany.
An adult male orangutan smokes a cigarette in its enclosure at Bandung Zoo in Bandung, West Java, Indonesia. The zoo infamous for mistreatment of animals is being slammed again by activists after a video emerged of one of its orangutans smoking.
The world's longest-living panda triplets Meng Meng, Shuai Shuai, and Ku Ku, eat food in their compound at a zoo in Guangzhou in southern China's Guangdong province. The Bank of China pledged at least 10 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) on Thursday, March 8, 2018, to create a massive giant panda conservation park in southwestern Sichuan province.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Pete Figura, left, and Deana Clifford of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife release a male red fox back into the wild. California wildlife biologists say they have caught two rare Sierra Nevada red foxes in three weeks.
a rescued Bengal tiger cub in its home at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in Escondido, Calif. The Bengal tiger cub that was smuggled into California from Mexico has undergone emergency surgery to fix internal problems he probably had before being rescued. The San Diego Zoo Safari Park says the male cub, named Moka, had the operation on Tuesday.