Animals

ROWDY MONKEYS AT BUKIT TIMAH RAID HOUSES & STEAL COSMETICS

A Singaporean Chinese writer posted on FB about a group of rowdy monkeys who raided her house at Bukit Timah. They stole from her kitchen fruits, bread, biscuits, and would leave dirty trails in her backyard. After having a feast, they continue to loiter outside her house to frolick in the sun. Oddly enough, they also stole her cosmetic products.

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PRC PANDAS FAKE PREGNANCY TO GET "BETTER TREATMENT" AT ZOO

When Taipei Zoo's resident giant panda Yuan Yuan started showing signs of pregnancy - a rare event given the giant panda species' narrow mating window - zoo keepers immediately lavished her with food and round-the-clock attention. However, they soon realized that the pregnancy was a false alarm and discovered something more disturbing - Yuan Yuan may have feigned pregnancy to receive the additional benefits that expectant bears get.

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DOG LOVER COMPLAINS ABOUT PRC SHOP SELLING DOG MEAT AT JURONG

According to one "Aileen Tan", she discovered a PRC shop called Song Hua Jiang Restaurant selling braised dog meat on their menu. The address of the restaurant: Blk 350 Jurong East Ave 1 #01-1233 S(600350). She asked SPCA whether the sale of dog meat is legal in Singapore. She also posted a link to the menu of the restaurant which allegedly sells the dog meat item in its menu. Another concerned reader has also contributed a photo of the offensive menu item.

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HOW TO COMMUNICATE WITH YOUR CAT

To most of us, we communicate by speaking to one another. This is known as verbal communication. At a more subconscious level, humans also communicate with non-verbal queues like body language and intonation for example. It turns out however that humans are not the only ones who try to communicate our feelings and thoughts to one another. Veterinarians have found that certain animals, like your pet cat, rely primarily on their body language when they try to speak to us or to each other.

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ANTI-GAY S'POREANS DEMAND S'PORE ZOO INVESTIGATE IF THEY POSSESS GAY ANIMALS

Conservative Singaporeans snapped up tickets to the Singapore Zoo this weekend in a bid to monitor if any of the animals in captivity might be openly or secretly gay. This after conservative Singaporeans were pre-occupied the past week sussing out books held in the National Library and Kinokuniya to find out which ones contained gay elements.

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