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Rare lemur born at British zoo [Video]

Rare lemur born at British zoo

A critically endangered lemur has been born at a British zoo at the Wild Place Project, near Bristol. The tiny Lake Alaotra gentle lemur is smaller than a tennis ball but its birth is crucial to the..

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Woodpecker chick insists on food deliveries from busy parents [Video]

Woodpecker chick insists on food deliveries from busy parents

A great spotted woodpecker chick is fed by its parents in Bristol. The great spotted woodpecker is one of three extant species of woodpecker in the UK, and is common across Great Britain and the east..

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Earl of Wessex virtually opens Bristol's Nightingale Hospital [Video]

Earl of Wessex virtually opens Bristol's Nightingale Hospital

A new NHS Nightingale Hospital has been virtually opened in Bristol by the Earl of Wessex, providing up to 300 intensive care beds for coronavirus patients. The facility, based at the University of the..

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Timelapse of NHS Nightingale facility being built in Bristol [Video]

Timelapse of NHS Nightingale facility being built in Bristol

Timelapse of the NHS Nightingale facility being constructed at the University of the West of England in Bristol. The hospital will help any overflow of patients in need of intensive care during the..

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