Artist Weronika Kolińska has created a pack of memory cards which she illustrated herself with detailed pictures of endangered animals in Poland.
The team led by Marta Kolanowska, a biologist from the University of Łódź, aims to protect one of the most valuable ecosystems in the world which is seriously endangered as a result of deforestation of tropical areas every day.
Because the sand will soon be blown away by the wind it was chosen especially to present some of the worlds most endangered species.
The 18-month-old Labrador called Truffle is now a volcano of energy who loves to play and is keen to learn new tricks as well as basic commands such as sit, lie, stay and bring.
Mystery surrounds strange case of dog found lying in asphalt. The pooch was rescued after passersby alerted a local animal charity.
Driven by a desire to find good homes for good dogs, a Kraków couple came up with the idea of dog-friendly café that hosts canine adoption events.
Albino penguins are extremely rare and vulnerable and most don’t survive infancy. Because a penguin’s sex is normally determined by the colour of its feathers, zoo keepers will now carry out a DNA test to determine its gender.
Many people think that homeless animals, which have lived in shelters since birth, cannot adapt to normal life outside the shelter. A Warsaw-based animal shelter proves that assumption wrong.
Check-in statistics from the Kraków Airport show that in the first half of this year, a record number of animals (551) traveled by plane along with their owners. According to airport authorities, passengers are increasingly taking their pets (dogs and cats) with them.
A Facebook video of a close encounter between a Polish forester and a bear has sent the internet into meltdown.