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'Zombie Gene' Could Be Why So Few Elephants Die Of Cancer

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Elephants are bringing a genetic gun to a cancer knife-fight. ...

If You Find A Dolphin On The Beach You Shouldnt Put It Back In The Water

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U K - The RSPCA is warning people not to put beached dolphins back in the sea after two died in the space of days. ...

Tasmanian Devils Under New Threat From Cancer, Research Finds

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A new study has shown that the Tasmanian devil is under severe threat from a newly emerged contagious cancer, Devil Facial Tumour 2 (DFT2), which could jeopardise its future in the wild. ...

Devastating Dolphin Loss In Florida Red Tide Disaster

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A state of emergency has been declared in Florida as the worst red tide in a decade blackens the ocean water, killing dolphins, sea turtles and fish at a relentless pace. ...

Badger Campaigners Lose High Court Battle To Limit Cull

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U K - Wildlife campaigner Tom Langton claims the culls themselves risk making bovine TB epidemic worse. ...

The Ugandan Lions: Don't Let Them Die

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UGANDA - Today is World Lion?s Day. Unfortunately, the lion population in Africa has been reduced by half since the early 1950s with fewer that 20000 remaining in all of Africa today. Lions have vanished from over 90% of their historic range, with the bigges ...

Caught In The Crossfire: Rhinoceros Hornbill

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The Rhinoceros Hornbill has become a victim of poachers, who often mistake the bird for the similar-looking Helmeted Hornbill, whose solid casque is valuable on the black market. ...

Death By Plastic Waste

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Humanity?s enduring love affair with plastic, a love more pronounced in the Southeast Asian region, has claimed another victim. This time, the victim is so rare that it was once thought to have been extinct 65 million years ago and is known by the mo ...

Rise In Wolf Attacks Alarms Dutch Sheep Farmers

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U K - Dutch sheep farmers are worried that a sharp rise in wolf attacks may force them to install expensive electric fencing to protect their flocks. ...

Minister: Move To Stop Poachers And Save Tigers Drastic But Needed

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MALAYSIA - A shoot-on-sight policy against wildlife poachers is being mulled in a move to protect Malayan tigers. ...

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