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This Year At A-Z Animals

This Year At A-Z Animals

19th January 2012
A-Z Tortoise

After having celebrated our third birthday in November 2011, we thought it was time to make some changes to the A-Z Animals website which has been rapidly growing, particularly over the last year, in order to make the experience even better for our thousands of unique visitors every month.

Last year saw the closure of Sammy the Sheep's shop with the remaining stock having been donated to the EACH hospice in East Anglia in honour of World Animal Day on October 4th, so that we were then able to concentrate more on improving the content and the website itself in general.

Sumatran Orangutan

One of the biggest tasks we have embarked on is the re-writing of the nearly 600 different animal profile pages to ensure that the articles are both informative and factually accurate, ensuring that our users are acquiring the best animal information possible anywhere online.

However, this process is proving to be a slow one as the amount of research involved for each article takes a long time and as of the beginning of this year, 90 animal articles have been updated including more detailed articles, the copyright information being added to images and the inclusion of more than 30 facts.

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We really appreciate all of the support we have had from everyone that has enjoyed using the A-Z Animals encyclopaedia and ask for your patience as we continue to re-write the content on the site. We are also striving to ensure that two blog articles are published every week to keep you up-to-date with the wildlife world.

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