A bird rescue centre in Stanton in Suffolk has had a massive influx of unwanted pets.
'A1 Parrot Rescue' has almost doubled in size in the past eight months because of people giving up their birds.
Its owners say more needs to be done to educate people about looking after exotic birds and stricter guidelines introduced into who can breed and sell them.
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A two-tonne rhino that gored a keeper at Whipsnade Zoo in Bedfordshire had not shown any "uncharacteristic behaviour" beforehand, a report has revealed.
The man, in his 50s, was found semi-conscious at the zoo in November with injuries to his chest, abdomen and pelvis.
Central Bedfordshire Council is satisfied all safety checks were done.
Neither the zoo nor the council would say if the keeper was still in hospital.
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Three of the UK's rarest birds of prey - which nest in East Anglia - have been fitted with satellite tracking devices.Read the full story ›
A horse that fell into a pit in Cambridgeshire has been rescued by firefighters.
One crew from Sutton and two crews from Huntingdon were called to the animals aid on Sunday.
Firefighters arrived at an address in Colne Road in Earith to find the horse trapped in a pit.
Crews used harness equipment supported by the beams of the building to lift the horse to safety.
It's 25 years since the region's first Sealife Centres opened and the man who cut the ribbon back then has returned to mark the occasion.Read the full story ›
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More than ninety thousand people attended the Suffolk show this year.
The higher than usual number means that the Suffolk Agricultural Association which runs the event is expecting to break even on the costs.
The increased numbers of visitors follows a drive by the charity to attract more famlies and young people, with free entry offered to children under fifteen.