Eastern Brown snake scare as traveller finds reptile slithering under seats in Brisbane airport

Ssssscary moment one of the world’s most venomous snakes slithers through a busy airport The snake, believed to be an eastern brown, was spotted at Brisbane airport   The traveller spotted the snake slithering towards him under a row of chairs Aussies likened it to the movie ‘Snakes on a Plane’ starring Samuel L Jackson … Read more

Can You Spot The Hidden Snake In This Body Of Water Within 14 Seconds? Explanation And Solution To This Optical Illusion

What Is Optical Illusion? Optical illusion, also known as Visual Illusion, is a kind of illusion caused by the visual system within visual perception. They are characterized by visual perception, which differs from reality. In simple terms, Optical Illusion is a kind of illusion in which we can’t be able to clearly perceive the scene … Read more

Deaf Charity Needs Volunteers To Care For Sweet Puppies

Hearing Dogs For Deaf People Dream job alert! The Hearing Dogs for Deaf People charity is urgently seeking volunteers to raise and train adorable puppies, as demand for its services have increased by 30%. The charity, which is currently in its 40th year, needs dog lovers to look after Cocker Spaniels, Cockapoos and Miniature Poodles … Read more

Mom, puppies abandoned, woman arrested

Kristina Rodrigues LIBERTY – A Town of Liberty woman has been arrested on animal cruelty charges and a man is wanted on the same charges after Sullivan County Sheriff’s deputies found an abandoned German shepherd and her two puppies without food and water.  When located at 165 Airport Road in Liberty on Saturday, the dogs … Read more

Guide Dogs NSW Are Opening A Pop-Up Puppy Cafe In Sydney

Almost everyone loves dogs. Big dogs, little dogs, fluffy dogs. And now Sydney is getting it’s very own doggy cafe this November designed exclusively to cater to your puppy-lovin’ heart. There’s brunch, coffee, a super cute photo booth and puppies — many, many puppies. The Guide Dogs café pop-up is a one-day only event with … Read more

Corgi Puppies Now Selling For £6,000 Following Queen’s Death

Queen Elizabeth II’s favourite dog breed, the Pembroke Welsh Corgi, has surged in popularity following Her Majesty’s death. According to new data from Pets4Home, searches for Corgi puppies are 10 times higher now that the Queen has died, with some breeders selling the dogs for as much as £6,000. Mary Davies, whose Corgi Timmy was … Read more

Oceanpick celebrates a decade in Sri Lanka

Oceanpick’s barramundi cages in Sri Lanka Oceanpick is the first barramundi operation in Sri Lanka Oceanpick made history in Sri Lanka 10 years ago, when the company started its journey to farm barramundi (Lates calcarifer), also known as Asian sea bass, and became Sri Lanka’s first and only commercial producer of this Indian Ocean-grown fish. … Read more

Meet Salmon Eye, a floating exhibition space that resembles a fish eye

Salmon Eye, a floating installation and exhibition space, was recently unveiled in Norway’s Hardangerfjord earlier this month. Designed by Danish architecture firm Kvorning Design, the architecture has been engineered to resemble a fish eye. The architecture aims to educate visitors about sustainable sea farming and protecting the sea and its many wondrous species. This spectacular … Read more

Fish Meal Market to Exhibit a CAGR of 7.6% During 2022-2027, Bolstered by Expanding Aquaculture Sector

The global fish meal market is primarily driven by the considerable expansion of the aquaculture industry and the increasing consumption of seafood products. SHERIDAN, WY, USA, September 26, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — According to IMARC Group’s latest report, titled “Fish Meal Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2022-2027”, the global fish meal … Read more

Startup raises $1 million to sink seaweed

Seaweed Generation plans to develop its AlgaRay (patent pending) technology, which intercepts and sinks invasive Sargassum into the deep ocean, before it can reach coasts. Seaweed Generation CEO, Paddy Estridge, describes the AlgaRay as “PacMan meets a Roomba – the AlgaRay eats the Sargassum, then deposits it in the deep ocean”. Seaweed Generation’s chief science … Read more