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Article 1 Why This Zoo Lion Killed a Lost Water Bird

      In this article a lioness kills a heron that came for water. Even though the lioness was raised in captivity.

Cats,big and small are instinctual hunters. Without practicing or being instructed, they know how to move silently, stalk, and pounce on prey. Even domesticated cats hunt small animals like birds and rodents with these keen skills. This is why the lioness killed the heron because it was its instincts.Since the heron entered the lions exhibit, it triggered the lioness' instincts to kill. Therefore, even captive or domestic cats are instinctual hunters.

Article 2 Tracking Animal Migrations

      In this article I speak about understand Tracking Animals migration helps the animals.

Tracking the Animal during migration helps us how individuals and populations move within local areas and migrate across oceans and continents.Also, this information is being used to address environmental challenges.The information on the animals migration path or environment helps us stop climate and land-use changes, biodiversity loss, invasive species, and the spread of infectious diseases.So, Tracking animal migration paths ,HELP US KEEP THEM SAFE, and stop the challenges that await them during there migrations.

Article3 First snake found in amber is a baby from the age of the dinosaurs

        In this article a baby snake is found in amber and its the first snake ever found from 100 million years ago

Around 100 million years ago, a baby snake hatched on a tropical island in the Indian Ocean. The tiny snake, just 10 centimetres long, got stuck in resin oozing from a tree. That chunk of resin remained buried as the island drifted north and became part of what is now Myanmar. When it was finally dug up a few years ago, the skeletal remains were misidentified as a centipede and the amber sold to a private collector. It has now been studied by an international team, who have scanned the amber to build up a 3D image of the skeleton. “The baby is unquestionably a snake,” says team member Michael Caldwell of the University of Alberta, Canada, a palaeontologist who specialises in studying ancient snakes and lizards. This would make it the first ever snake found in amber.