So superworm-led organic digestion could be a valuable tool in reducing levels of human pollution if the process can function on an industrial scale.“Superworms are like mini-recycling plants, shredding the polystyrene with their mouths and then feeding it to the bacteria in their gut,” Dr Rinke said.
Many pet owners have turned to social media to post pictures of their pets , but some people are now finding a way to keep their companions with them even longer by cloning the animals .Courtney Udvar-Hazy has a wolf dog named Phoenix that looks just like her late dog, Willow, who died after being hit by a car four years ago.
Belle is a clone of original cat Chai (Image: Instagram)ViaGen, the company behind the cloning told The Sun it guarantees they'll look identical but the animals will develop their own personality based on external factors.
Chloe says Dandy loves the dying process (Picture: @dandythebigreddog/TikTok)TikTok user Chloe regularly shares videos of her Great Pyrenees called Dandy, whose online handle is @danthebigreddog (just like Clifford).One user commented: ‘You need that much attention you put your dog through the stress of dying his hair?
Grant's Whiskey distillery in Scotland — belonging to the brand William Grant & Sons — has just hired a curious quality expert to detect imperfections in the barrels of its product.One-year-old cocker spaniel, Rocco, will be the new sniffer dog and will report to new boss Mr Wooff #Whisky https://t.co/GIJ31PbGNh- ScotlandNow (@ScotlandNow).
These angels need a home (Picture: Birmingham Dogs Home)Last week, we told you about Alfie, the adorable pup who hadn’t received a single adoption enquiry.Look at this beauty (Picture: Birmingham Dogs Home)This 10-year-old Staffie might be old, but she still likes to play and be active.
Dog lovers everywhere know that the real reason they do is to show us love.Mama dogs lick their puppies primarily as a way to keep them clean, but a lot of love and devotion is communicated through this grooming process.
Gregory Berns, professor of psychology at Emory University in America, and senior author of the study, said: ‘Our work not only shows that dogs use a similar part of their brain to process numbers of objects as humans do – it shows that they don’t need to be trained to do it.’.
The men are seen pushing the dog over the railings (Picture: Dave Rudge News)The video shared on Thursday on social media, shows the two men initially checking the area outside the shelter for witnesses.
Not all dogs are scared of groomers, but for some it may be a cause for huge stress. If during this time, he sniffs the grooming table, lets out a big yawn, shakes off or scratches himself; you should know that s/he’s trying to diffuse his stress.
The dogs may show greater brain activity in response to a new word because they sense their owners want them to understand what they are saying, and they are trying to do so, the researchers suggested."Dogs ultimately want to please their owners, and perhaps also receive praise or food," said study senior author and neuroscientist Gregory Berns.
Gerrad Gethings says: “Certain breeds would be essential because of their unique characteristics: Afghan hounds, poodles, pugs, bulldogs etc. Many of the subjects I stopped in the park or on the bus, and had to find a tactful way of saying you look exactly like a poodle, can I take your photograph?