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There are few creatures on Earth as striking as octopuses. They are remarkable marine cephalopod molluscs (in the same class as squid and cuttlefish), easily identified by their eight arms. They inhabit all marine habitats ranging from tropical reefs to polar latitudes, where they are ecologically...

There are few creatures on Earth as striking as octopuses. They are remarkable marine cephalopod molluscs, in the same biological class as squid and cuttlefish and easily identified by their eight arms. They inhabit all marine habitats, ranging from tropical reefs to polar latitudes, where...

'The love for all living creatures is the most noble attribute of man' - Charles Darwin. Today, 4th October 2021, is World Animal Day.  A day to celebrate animals across the world, be they farmed, wild or companion animals. This day has been celebrated since 1931, when...

This Roundup blog includes all news and animal welfare activity from August and September. From pre and post reports on the United Nations Food Systems Summit, to the influence of the young and how the Gorillas in Uganda are being saved through a One Health,...