Wildlife & Environment

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Why do zebras have stripes?

Feb 2, 2015
Why do zebras have stripes?

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Urban taste for bushmeat poses threat to Amazonian wildlife

Feb 2, 2015
Urban taste for bushmeat poses threat to Amazonian wildlife

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Researchers Capture, Document First Northern Saw-Whet Owl in Arkansas

Feb 2, 2015
Researchers Capture, Document First Northern Saw-Whet Owl in Arkansas

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New research warns of increasing risk of extinction to marine life

Jan 30, 2015

Jan. 29, 2015 - New research by the University of Sheffield has warned of the increasing risk of extinction to our marine life. Overfishing, pollution, climate change and destruction of habitats like coral reefs are all putting our seas in trouble but...

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Roses Bloom in California Tide Pools

Jan 30, 2015
Roses Bloom in California Tide Pools

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More Than 50,000 People Call on Last Remaining Georgia “Rattlesnake Roundup” to Switch to Humane Wildlife Festival

Jan 30, 2015
More Than 50,000 People Call on Last Remaining Georgia “Rattlesnake Roundup” to Switch to Humane Wildlife Festival

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Eastern diamondback rattlesnake photo © D. Bruce Means.
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Coalition sues EPA for failing to address factory farm air pollution

Jan 29, 2015

WASHINGTON, D.C. Jan. 28, 2015 – A coalition of environmental, humane and community organizations filed two lawsuits against the Environmental Protection Agency today for failing to address air pollution from factory farms. The pollution contributes to significant human health problems, including asthma and heart attacks; endangers animal health; intensifies the effects of climate change;...

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Monarch Numbers Up Slightly, But Butterfly Still at Risk of Extinction

Jan 28, 2015
Monarch Numbers Up Slightly, But Butterfly Still at Risk of Extinction

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Global warming doubles risk of extreme La Niña event in Pacific Ocean, research shows

Jan 27, 2015

Jan. 26, 2015 - The risk of extreme La Niña events in the Pacific Ocean could double due to global warming, new research has shown.

The projected twofold increase in the frequency of this potentially devastating weather phenomenon across the globe could lead to increased droughts in south-western United States, floods in the western Pacific...

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With pollinator declines, millions at risk of malnutrition

Jan 27, 2015
With pollinator declines, millions at risk of malnutrition

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