Vanishing population of the European hamster in Jaworzno (Silesia) will be strengthened by the animals brought for this purpose from the Czech Republic. The city authorities in collaboration with scientists take action to support this endangered species.
The method of controlled reproduction of the ziege - a fish living in the Vistula Lagoon, has been developed by scientists from Olsztyn. The ziege, thanks to large, horizontally positioned pectoral fins shaped like wings, can jump out of the water and "fly" in the air for several meters.
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