Today’s Top News: How to keep your dog mentally healthy, animal skulls seized at Paris airport, US aims for fusion energy future by 2035, and more!

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1. A playful dog plays a silly game at 6 a.m. at his grandparents’ house

Sunny, one year old Golden retriever and Labrador residing in Didsbury, England, recently embarked on a unexpected and entertaining adventuree during his stay with his “grandfathers”. Known for his playful and mischievous nature, Sunny’s first encounter with a two-story house left his mother, Ellie Moore, angry.

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2. How to keep your dog mentally fit at home

Daily walks are vital for your the physical health of the dog, but it is just as important to provide mental stimulation to ensure their overall well-being. Just like humans, dogs can sense boredom and its consequences. A lack of mental engagement can lead to destructive behaviors, anxiety, and even depression. To help keep your four-legged friend mentally alert and content, News week consulted a top veterinarian. Here are some expert tips on home enrichment for your dog.

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3. A dog helps dad in a viral video

A “pawsome” DIY duo is take TikTok by storm. Nala is a one-year-old Basenji. These dogs are famous for their “no-bark” vocalizations. Instead of typical barkingBasenjis have special vocal structures that cause them to make yodel-like noises.

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4. Five academic institutions in violation of animal welfare guidelines

Recent discoveries of PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) have highlighted the shocking state of animal welfare in some taxpayer-funded laboratories in the United States. PETA Scientists identified five academic institutions as the most frequent violators of federal animal welfare guidelines, with a total of 295 violations among them. These institutions are the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Baylor College of Medicine and the Universities of PittsburghWashington and Minnesota.

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5. Skulls of smuggled animals seized at Paris airport

Paris’s Roissy Charles-de-Gaulle airport, one of the busiest transit hubs in Europe, has seen its share of unusual goods pass through its customs. However, the recent discovery The discovery of 718 animal skulls, including 392 from protected primates, in just seven months is both shocking and alarming.

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6. Lala Kent and Tricia Helfer defend the Humane Cosmetics Act in Congress

A coalition of formidable defenders, Lawmakers, celebrities and ethical corporations gathered this week on Capitol Hill to Support the Humanitarian Cosmetics Act (HR 5399). This crucial piece of legislation aims to end the cruel practice of cosmetic animal testing in the United States and prohibit the importation and sale of cosmetic products tested on animals from other parts of the world. The event was featured by prominent supporters including the Humane Society of the United States, the Humane Society Legislative Fund, Humane Society International, actress Tricia Helfer, television personality Lala Kent and Lush Cosmetics.

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7. Dad feeds his vegan son non-vegan food behind his wife’s back

In a recent Reddit post which has since gone viral, a 32-year-old father searched advice and opinions on his decision to feed his 12-year-old son non-vegan food without his wife’s knowledge. This revelation sparked a heated debate online, with thousands of users echoing the situation.

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8. The United States aims for a fusion energy future by 2035

In a significant step towards clean energy, the United States aims to develop its first commercial nuclear fusion facility within the next decade. This groundbreaking decision was revealed by US Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm, highlighting the The Biden administration commitment to a greener future.

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9. Lego fails to reduce carbon emissions by using recycled plastic bottles for its blocks

Legothe world famous toy manufacturer based in Denmark, recently embarked on an eco-friendly mission to find sustainable materials for its iconic bricks. Their objective ? Reduce carbon emissions. However, the journey to a greener planet is not always simple.

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10. Revolutionary enzyme offers hope in fight against plastic Pollution

In a groundbreaking discovery, scientists from the University of Texas at Austin have discovered an enzyme that can quickly break down plastic, potentially revolutionizing our approach to waste management. By combining artificial intelligence, chemical engineering and synthetic biology, researchers have transformed a naturally occurring enzyme known as PETase into a formidable plastic-eating catalyst.

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