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mediatechy:  The Berlin Zoo is celebrating the first birth of Rusty-Spotted Cats in its 168-year history. Rusty-Spotted Cats are the world’s smallest wild cats, weighing only 2.0 to 3.5 lb (0.9 to 1.6 kg) as adults.

mediatechy: The Berlin Zoo is celebrating the first birth of Rusty-Spotted Cats in its 168-year history. Rusty-Spotted Cats are the world’s smallest wild cats, weighing only 2.0 to 3.5 lb (0.9 to 1.6 kg) as adults.

In pictures: Knut the polar bear

In pictures: Knut the polar bear

Can Animals Think? by Eugene Linden, Time, 1999 - some absolutely fascinating anecdotes about zoo animals

Can Animals Think?

Can Animals Think? by Eugene Linden, Time, 1999 - some absolutely fascinating anecdotes about zoo animals

Knut the three-month old baby polar bear plays with his minder zoo keeper Thomas Doerflein under the cheering gaze of the public at the Berlin Zoo March 27, 2007 in Berlin, Germany. Knut was rejected by his mother and animal activists have said Knut should be put down, though zoo officials have vowed to nurse him to maturity with human help. Hundreds of visitors gather at Knut's enclosure every day to watch Knut play.

Knut the three-month old baby polar bear plays with his minder zoo keeper Thomas Doerflein under the cheering gaze of the public at the Berlin Zoo March 27, 2007 in Berlin, Germany. Knut was rejected by his mother and animal activists have said Knut should be put down, though zoo officials have vowed to nurse him to maturity with human help. Hundreds of visitors gather at Knut's enclosure every day to watch Knut play.

Knut the Polar Bear as a Cub at Berlin Zoo

In pictures: Knut the polar bear

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