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Zebra Finch: Beautiful ornamental bird from Australia

Beastly beautiful zebra finch: beautiful ornamental bird from Australia Pretty guy: The first zebra finch in our group shows up close - Image: Shutterstock / In Green The zebra finch is one of the finches and is really a magnificent little guy. Its origin and main habitat is in Australia - in Germany it is mostly kept as an ornamental bird.
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Extravagant Bengal: pet with a wildcat look

Cat breeds in portrait Extravagant Bengal: pet in a wild cat look The pretty Bengal is a cat who loves and needs the freedom to walk - Image: Shutterstock / marilyn barbone The beautiful Bengal is one of the rarest and most expensive domestic cats in the world. As a hybrid cross, she also has wild cats in her distant relatives list.
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Can the dog eat bees and wasps?

Dangers Can the dog eat bees and wasps? The warm summer months also bring unpleasant things like insects with them. Many dogs love to hunt bees or wasps. How dangerous is it when the four-legged friends eat stinging insects? Can the dog eat bees and wasps?
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Welcome to the world, little basset hound

Sweet dogs Welcome to the world, little Basset Hound The British Basset Hound is one of the dog breeds that you rarely see these days - one more reason to look at a cute and good-natured representative of this kind in his cute mini version. Aren't Basset puppies magical?
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Tabby performs fan dance

Sporty animals Tabby cat performs fan dance A great dancer seems to have been lost on this beautiful cat. The velvet paw moves very rhythmically according to the band hanging on a fan. Then the hunting instinct of the house tiger comes through: master or mistress has attached a thin rope to the ceiling fan.
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Chronic and acute inflammation of the pancreas in dogs

Veterinarian Chronic and Acute Inflammation of the Pancreas in Dogs Pancreatitis can also be acute or chronic in dogs. While the symptoms are very similar in both cases, the chances of recovery are sometimes very different. Inflammation of the pancreas is a case for the vet - Image: Shutterstock / laszlo Both types of pancreatitis are to be taken very seriously and must be treated by the veterinarian.
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