Home > Lifestyle > EnviroHealth > Animals Animals All sections in Environmental Health » 21st Century Life » FAQs » Animals » Climate and pollution » Hazards and disasters » EnviroHealth News » Green Tips Badger passes out drunk on Polish beach A female badger was found passed out drunk surrounded by seven empty beer bottles on a beach in Poland. Start A Health24 blog » Follow Health24 on Facebook » Test Are you envirohealth savvy? » Ask EnviroHealth Expert » The amazing mountains on Pluto Shark feeding frenzy caught on camera Animal activist acts as ambulance in Soweto Animal activist, Cora Bailey, transports Soweto patients to hospital as ambulances and paramedics are too scared to enter the area. Should hunting in Africa be banned? African countries face pressure to ban hunting, but this 'sport' may contribute to conservation efforts by generating money for breeding programmes. But getting the right laws in place remains a challenge. Animal diseases can be used as biological weapons According to the director general of the World Organisation for Animal Health, 80 percent of the agents that could be used for bio terrorism are of animal origin. How to help animals caught in the fire With the Cape Fires showing no signs of slowing, the thoughts of many have turned to the animals and other wildlife caught in the flames. What are they going through and how can you help? Snake bites: what to do South Africa has several venomous snakes. Here's how to prevent snake bites and what to do if someone gets bitten. “ Latest comment on Health24 Johan de Lange says... This must be the most horrifying drug ever to hit the streets. One must be completely bonkers to use rubbish like this. Graphic images of "the deadliest drug in the world" ” The poor animals caught in the Cape Fire With the Cape Fires showing no signs of slowing, the thoughts of many have turned to the animals and other wildlife caught in the flames. What are they going through and how can you help? Snake on your property: what to do Don't try to tangle with a snake on your property - call in one of the experts. Vultures' guts destroy toxins in rotting meat Vultures' guts have evolved, allowing them to consume toxic bacteria. load more articles advertisement From our sponsors Keeping your skin soft, moisturised and winter-ready The health benefits of donating blood Hydration is vital all year round Momentum Health: an industry leader in healthcare Live healthier Stay out of trouble » Asthma danger zones 13 danger zones Teen dangers 21 dangerous things people do Here are 21 things people do without thinking. But they are dangerous, and could kill you or the people around you. Sexual health » STIs: how to stay safe Apps for gay and bi men tied to STI risk Penis bumps The STI most men get without knowing it Most guys haven't ever heard of the human papillomavirus, yet many will get it at some stage in their lives without even knowing it.