Humans aren’t the only ones making headlines this week. This week’s animal news will leave you otterly shocked and thinking, you have cat to be kitten me right now.
A miniature pig café just opened in Tokyo
“After a successful crowdfunding campaign that raised 4.7 million yen ($42,380) from supporters — more than twice its global amount of 2 million yen ($17,936) — there’s a brand new café dedicated to micro pigs,” Sora News reports.
Researchers discover antidote for deadliest jellyfish sting
“Researchers have finally discovered an antidote to the deadly sting that is delivered by the most venomous creature on earth — the Australian box jellyfish,” The Good News Network reports.
Seagulls take selfies in front of England’s traffic cameras
“Seagulls have been caught repeatedly photobombing traffic cameras in London,” Euronews reports.
Parrot survives a series of tragic events
“A battle-hardened parrot has somehow survived being kidnapped from a zoo, wounded in a police shoot-out and bitten by a snake,” Metro reports.
Cocaine was discovered in U.K. shrimp
“Small amounts of cocaine, pesticides and other contaminants have been detected in U.K. freshwater shrimp,” KRWG Public Media reports.