The 'stolen public park' in Selangor MB's constituency
Residents of Taman Selayang Indah are up in arms over the noise and odour caused by the use of a park area for animals.
The bee man
Raja Soffian Raja Ismail is an expert in bee behaviour and works to raise awareness about bee conservation efforts.
The cat rescuers patrolling the streets
From 'private cat rescuers' to professional vets, individuals tell of the work they do to help stray animals.
For the love of cats
Cat lovers from all walks of life do their part to care for the strays on the streets.
World's largest freestanding cylindrical aquarium bursts in Berlin
Two people were injured 'in addition to the unbelievable maritime damage', police say.
Overnight guests rushed to safety as lions slip loose from Sydney zoo enclosure
Zoo keepers tranquilised and returned one cub while the remaining four made their way back of their own accord.
On NZ farm, scientists reduce cow burps to save the world
New Zealand will become the first country to price agricultural emissions, including methane emissions from burping cows and sheep, whose digestive systems produce methane when breaking down vegetation.
NZ bans export of live animals by sea
The ban had been well flagged and comes after a ship that left its shores with nearly 6,000 cows and 43 crew members capsized in 2020 off Japan.
A visit to the zoo
While the crowds are back, Zoo Negara shows the wear and tear from the years as well as the pandemic.
Survival of the fittest for Zoo Negara
Once a major tourist attraction, the zoo appears to be back on its feet after the pandemic but still in need of a revamp.
Free caged minds and stop building more zoos
Instead of building more zoos, we should focus on improving sub-standard establishments to ensure that they meet the necessary standards of housing, husbandry, welfare and health for the animals.
Animal shelters scratch along as Covid after-effects roll on
Many can no longer afford to continue caring for the animals brought to their doorsteps.