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Oregon Cattle Group Votes to sue Fish and Wildlife Service

Archived, 3 days ago From Center for Biological Diversity 

Fish and Wildlife Service for its failure to complete an environmental study that would remove gray wolves from the endangered species list in the lower 48 states.In November 2015 wolves were removed from the state endangered species list, but west o ...

Snakes Gang Up to Hunt Preya First

Archived, 3 days ago From National Geographic 

Many of us have seen those classic wildlife documentaries of wolves or lions working in packs to chase down their prey. ...

Heres What Your Cats Tail is Trying to Tell You

Archived, 3 days ago From National Geographic 

Experts talk cat behavior?from tail tells, to stealing, to the speedy exits known as ?zoomies.? ...

Photo of the Day

Archived, 3 days ago From National Geographic 

Your Shot is truly a global community, with photographers and explorers participating from every corner of the earth. With this year's Travel Photographer of the Year contest in full swing, editing through each day's submissions was an immersive expe ...

Fishing Ban Strives to Protect the Worlds Rarest Marine Mammal

Archived, 3 days ago From National Geographic 

Partly brokered by celebrity Leonardo DiCaprio, a deal reached in Mexico may save the endangered vaquita. But will it work? ...

Giant Wasp VS Giant Spider Battle Ends With A Twist

Archived, 3 days ago From National Geographic 

When it comes to jaw-dropping amateur videos of insects and spiders, Australia seems to be the leading exporter. ...

Tropical Forest Diversity And Carbon Richness Not Linked Study Finds

Archived, 4 days ago From Mongabay 

Though biodiversity and carbon storage have been linked in past forest research, a new study using Amazon, Congo and Borneo data found no consistent correlation.me Logged in ...

Why Were So Divided Over Saving Wolves

Archived, 4 days ago From Center for Bio Div 

Wolf preservation has been called 'the abortion issue of wildlife.' ...

The White House Just Declared Open Season on Our Public Lands

Archived, 4 days ago From Audubon Society 

Reversing monument designations is a dangerous game. ...

Some Dung Beetles Have Taken to Decapitating Millipedes

Archived, 4 days ago From Conservation Intl 

Dung beetles roll across the African savannah with big balls of, well, dung. The ancient Egyptians were really into them, for some reason. ...

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