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In the midst of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, many animals in zoos and shelters have suffered immensely.
In this week's Odder News: kitty subscriptions, sketchy sledding, and spiteful Valentines.
A Siberian zoo's mascot competition has ended in fraudulent activity, anger, and political outrage.
A Russian zoo will open its very first exhibit to allow the observation of hibernating bears, but will it allow the bears to get some good shut-eye?
When the show can no longer go on, animal members of the Russian State Circus will now be given the opportunity to retire in style in Crimea.
Siberian Squirrels are given their first taste of freedom in the Siberian city of Barnaul— but one chose violence instead.
Eight little penguin chicks make for one very lucky aquarium in Russia's Far East.
The Moscow Zoo laments the loss of an 84-year-old, WW2-veteran alligator.
A panda in the Moscow zoo destroyed a pine tree. It was anything but an accident.
This week, we bring you three animal stories: wholesome, funny, and one with a twist.
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