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Lebanese veterinary clinics raise bar on pets welfare

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Pet owners from all over the Middle East have come to Lebanon for one of the region's leading veterinary hospitals in the Middle East. Duration: 01:00 Video provided by AFP


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Reuters - Innovations Video Online (Jan. 29, 2014) — Bird species that fly in a V-formation do so to conserve energy, according to scientists in the UK. In experiments with free-flying birds, researchers at the Royal Veterinary College in London have answered a centuries-old question by demonstrating that birds like the Northern Ibis create a slipstream for their flock-mates to follow, thereby making flight more efficient. Jim Drury has more. Video provided by Reuters
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