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Inside 100 Tweets
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South African scientists were the first and fastest in the world to identify any of the new COVID variants that are sweeping across the planet. Their reward? Other countries blame SA for the "worst" variant. Highly unfair, as noted by @Tuliodna in a scientific briefing tonight.
Every morning, this scientist receives a batch of emails from several female polar bears in the Arctic. They're among dozens of bears who have been fitted with a tracking collar to monitor their movements and their responses to climate change: https://t.co/Y0e0K28E1f #CallToEarth https://t.co/Cj7akujGw7
WATCH: If you're intrigued by the fluffy, shaggy coats of Scotland's Highland cows, you can now keep an eye on their antics. A local tourism board have created a 'Coo Cam' for people to marvel over their famous ruminants. https://t.co/gbxseq0L5s https://t.co/mC4E7gBV2b
This is an Arctic Wolf we named Scruffy. We spent many joyous weeks in the company of his pack. That was back in 2014. Can’t help wondering if he’s still going strong. 📷 @mackieevans #wolf #animals #wildlife #arctic #wolves #selfie #wolfselfie https://t.co/1GeKnl38W0
PICTURES: A male white rhino bull was tragically shot at in a private reserve within the greater Kruger area in December. The suspect has been apprehended, and vets are optimistic the animal will survive this brutal act. https://t.co/rOKdfItg9D https://t.co/i98OqBwAsZ
#Trafficked with Mariana van Zeller kicks off with a first episode features the contentious topic of tigers, one that has again come to the fore in recent times. Be sure not to miss this gripping series, starting Thursday 21 January at 21:00 CAT. https://t.co/0nc5oev8xo