Life as we know it might be on hold — but the one thing not even lockdown can bring to a halt is the cycle of life. The awe-inspiring wonder of a new generation of creatures great and small taking their first tentative steps. But just because zoos and animal parks are closed, it doesn’t mean you have to miss out on these natural wonders. BETH HALE introduces some of the newest arrivals. BLOND AND SCRUFFY JUST LIKE BOJO Steller’s sea eagle chicks Boris and Rishi arrived days apart this month at the National Centre for Birds of Prey, in Helmsley, near York. They were named after Prime Minister Johnson and Chancellor Sunak after the centre was ‘saved’ by the Government’s furlough job retention scheme. Steller’s sea eagle chicks Boris and Rishi arrived days apart this month at the National Centre for Birds of Prey, in Helmsley, near York Tiny now, the species is the biggest eagle in the world, weighing more than 7 kg (15 lb) and with a wing span of 2.4 metres (7 ft 10 in) when fully grown, and listed as vulnerable. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Shocking moment racist hackers in blackface and brandishing… Quick-thinking… Read full this story
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