See more ofBEST OF THE TELEGRAPH 14: NatureThe stork is back (but that's less good news than you might think) About fifty years ago the stork in the Netherlands was almost extinct, but the stork is back. And with many. 16 Sep. Inland Unusual: walrus seen at SchiermonnikoogIt's been a while, but Monday afternoon it was hit again: a walrus has been spotted in the wadden region. It is a female and she was observed by researchers from Wageningen University. 16 Sep.Abroad30 African penguins killed by swarm of beesBeing in South Africa 29 black-footed penguins died as a result of a bee attack, the local conservation authority SANParks suspects. The dead birds were found on Boulders Beach, a popular tourist destination south of Cape Town because of the penguins. Work question: one colleague has an assistance dog, another colleague is afraid Last year we hired a new employee who is mainly at home due to corona has worked. Now that office work seems imminent, we are faced with a dilemma. This new employee is visually impaired and has a care dog that he will have to take with him to the office. But ... Clap upon blow for koala: Australia's stuffed animal 'on its way to extinction'The koala, Australia's cuddly toy is met threatened with extinction. The number of the cute looking animals has dropped spectacularly. When the first European settlers set foot in Australia, there were eight million koalas, now there are only 24.01 about, reports the Australian K... 16 Sep.NatureFreek Vonk surrounded by dozens of large stingraysBiologist Prof. Dr. Freek Vonk writes a column in VRIJ every two weeks. Today he describes how he swims with rays in the Maldives.