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The Offer of Rhinos Could Lift Protection Endeavors

The Rhinos are in trouble. Poaching has decimated their numbers in the wild, and only about 22,000 Rhinos remain across Africa. Enter John Hume, a South African entrepreneur who launched a huge rhino breeding farm 15 years ago to action poaching. Hume aimed to create a sustainable horn trade, with a lawful supply of farms […]

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The Secret Lives of Grey Squirrels

This poor lady didn’t close her roof hatch properly and the squirrel got into the apartment,” recalls John Silby, a 58-year-old pest control specialist. “She thought she had been robbed. The TV was off the wall, the plates were broken, the furniture was torn. We set traps. When we came back and opened the door, […]

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Finish Bear After It Finished Unleashed Dog on Trail as Hiking

Canadian authorities have finished a 204-pound black bear after fatally striking a rampaging dog on a trail as the dog’s owners watched in horror. Authorities called the brazen strike on the animal ‘very disturbing behavior.’ The horrific ordeal happened on Saturday when a couple and their two dogs visited Jasper National Park in Alberta and […]

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Climate Change Causes California Male Sea Lions to Gain Weight

A recent study published in Current Biology revealed that the male sea lions that live in California are actually getting bigger, not smaller, due to climate change. They also showed an increase in average height with sustained population growth, resulting in increased competition for food and resources. In the study, published on April 27, the […]

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Hippos Are in Trouble

Thanks to years of campaigns led by conservation groups, it is common knowledge that African Elephants and Rhinos are threatened by the trade in their precious tusks and horns. Laws and regulations have been strengthened and, in many countries, it is now difficult, if not impossible, to lawfully sell elephant and rhino products. What is […]

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Baby Moose Walks into Theater and Leaves with a Mcdonald

A hungry moose was caught on camera walking into a movie theater in Kenai, Alaska, before taking off with a Mcdonald’S Happy Meal. Kenai Films employees were surprised when the animal entered the building last week and began rummaging through the garbage. In a video posted on social media, an employee can be heard saying, […]

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Chimps Hold Examples for Protection and Human Development

Chimpanzees tend to sleep more on the ground than previously thought, a behavior that has implications for their conservation and could explain how and when the first humans left the trees to settle on the ground, according to a new study. Until now, ground nesting was considered rare in most chimpanzee populations. It is known […]

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Due to Its Curiosity Baby Penguin Got Lost in the Crowd

A satisfying curiosity is natural for toddlers-both human and animal. It is normal for children to question everything they see in their environment. Sometimes you focus on an object until you lose interest in it. The children would really go everywhere to find answers. Every day is a little adventure. The first years are the […]

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Javan Leopard Habitat Shrinking

On the Indonesian island of Java, the suitable habitat of Java leopards has decreased by more than 1,300 square kilometers, or 500 square miles, between 2000 and 2020. This is according to a recent study that tried to map the remaining habitat in which the big cat can still survive. The researchers examined a number […]

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Rare Albino Echidna Named Raffie Is Found Roaming

One of Australia’s least-seen marsupials has been discovered – but locals have been warned to stay away. The Bathurst Regional Council, which sits in the central west of New South Wales, has released photos of a snow-white albino echidna experienced by a member of staff. “We thought it was simply too beautiful not to be […]

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Deadly Virus Marked Avian Flu Outbreaks in Marine Mammals

Last June, the phones of Marine Mammals of Maine started ringing – a lot. People walking along the rugged coastline of Casco Bay, which stretches north and south of Portland, reported sick or dead seals. The end of spring and the beginning of summer, when the puppies leave on their own, are usually the busiest […]

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Q and a with Sumatran Rhino Expert John Payne

In 2019, the last Sumatran rhinoceros died in Malaysia. Her name was Iman and since her capture in 2014, she had been in the custody of the Bornean Rhino Alliance (BORA), led by Managing director John Payne, in the Malaysian state of Sabah. After his passed away, Payne, who had been working with Sumatran rhinos […]

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Long Dead Tasmanian Tiger Is Still Alive and Roaming

The “quite unique” wolf-like Tasmanian tigers that thrived on the Island of Tasmania before becoming extinct in 1936 may have survived in the wild for much longer than previously thought, according to research. There is also a small possibility that they are still alive today, experts say. Tasmanian tigers, also known as Thylacine (Thylacinus cynocephalus), […]

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Nepal Tiger Conflicts Large Prey May Be Feeding

Until just a few months ago, residents of Geruwa, a rural community in western Nepal, rushed to their homes before dark and locked themselves in the house. Only in this way were they able to protect themselves and their livestock from the tigers that roamed in this area on the outskirts of the Bardiya National […]

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Honey Creation Improves Snow Panther Protection in Kyrgyzstan

“I was only 9 years old when I first saw a snow leopard with my father. It was a forest ranger who took issue animals found in the mountains to the veterinarian,” says Asanbek Sasukilov, 62, a beekeeper and shepherd. “I sat down by the cage. Suddenly the snow leopard started roaring and I ran […]