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WATCH: Cat gently pats bird’s head in heart-warming video

It’s often seen that a cat, in most parts of the world, will not be the best of friends with a little birdie. For humans, cats might seem adorable balls of fur and birds chirpy little ones, but cut to the animal kingdom, cats are the ferocious giants these squeaky, feathered little souls are generally seen saving themselves from. Unlike the umpteen number of cute animal videos that are generally found doing the rounds on the Internet, this video of a cat patting the head of a bird peacefully has stunned users on the…

‘World’s loneliest bird’ Nigel dies in New Zealand

WELLINGTON: New Zealand wildlife lovers are mourning the death of a gannet named Nigel, dubbed "the loneliest bird in the world" due to the absence of any feathered friends on his island home. Instead the seabird, also known as "no-mates Nigel", spent years living among a colony of fake concrete birds set up by conservationists in a bid to attract wildlife. The antisocial avian fell in love with one of the decoys on Mana Island, off the Wellington coast, and was seen preening, nestling and even trying to mate with it.…

Meet Chinese bird that resembles Trump!

China has discovered a bird having very much resemblance with United States President-elect Donald Trump. Trump was a controversial candidate from Republican party of America for the race of presidency because of his nasty rhetoric against Muslims, women and immigrants. The bird with long tail found in China has the same yellow hair like Trump. At look it seems as if the bird itself has combed back its hair in the same manner. Read More: Donald Trump ‘planning registry for Muslims’ A footage shows the…

This record-shattering bird stays in air for 10 months

MIAMI: A small, dark-feathered bird known as the common swift flies for 10 months on end without ever landing, the longest time spent aloft of any known bird, scientists said on Thursday. The findings in the US journal Current Biology confirmed a 46-year-old hypothesis, first offered by British researcher Ron Lockley, that these birds spend most of their lives in the air. A team of researchers from Sweden fitted tiny backpacks on 13 of the brownish-black birds. Weighing only one gram, these microdata logs recorded whether…