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Indonesian authorities wage war on rampaging macaques
Soldiers, police and civilian sharpshooters have been enlisted to wage war on macaques who have wreaked havoc on villages in Indonesia's province of Central Java, media reports said Friday.
 
Santa congress brings red coats, white beards to Copenhagen streets
Over 160 Santas donning thick red coats and fur-trimmed caps spread Christmas cheer six months early.
 
Rhino poaching declines slightly in South Africa
The decline is far off being a complete victory, but it's a start, conservationists say.
 
Around the world in 400 days: Swiss adventurer departs in glider
The 41-year-old former professional snowboarder plans to cover more than 80,000 kilometers, visiting at least 50 countries during the trip.
 
Coral reefs are healthier if more sharks are present, research finds
The animals do so by eliminating predators that prey on the small fish that keep the coral healthy.
 
A Briton applied for asylum at a German airport
The reason for the asylum application was not, however, Britain's impending departure from the European Union.
 
Coral reef fish 'make risky life decisions' when exposed to oil
In a study, oil-exposed fish were also slow to respond to danger, with their response likened to that of someone who is drunk or high.
 
Planetary movements have put NASA's Mars missions on hold
Blackout: Practically no communications will take place between the probes and rovers and their controllers on Earth from Saturday until Aug. 1.
 
Thais' hunger for shark fin soup is leading to the animal's population decline
Some 57 percent of respondents in a recent survey among urban Thai population have consumed shark fin soup in the past year.
 
Three ways to celebrate World Emoji Day
We've got three words for you: 🙋😊📅
 
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