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Two years after fleeing the country as the police closed in, Rajkumar Praja was finally tracked down in Malaysia and extradited to Nepal this week, where he faces a lengthy spell in jail for rhino poaching and trafficking in rhino...

source: WWF

Four foreigners have been charged over the attempted trafficking of hundreds of Western Australian native animals. Two men from Russia and two from the Czech Republic were arrested at Perth International Airport by Customs officers...

source: ABC News

Dr. Davide Dominoni believes that city lights convince the birds there is no end to the day. Robins are adapted to hunting insects in dim light, so are thought to be particularly sensitive to the effects of artificial lighting. The researcher said blue light from neon signs...

source: BBC

Representatives of First Nations, government, northern communities and conservation groups gathered at the Kikiwak Inn on Opaskwayak Cree Nation recently to discuss future plans and aspirations for the boreal forest that covers 80 percent of Manitoba. Support for boreal...

source: Thompson Citizen

The point man for British Columbia's effort to save endangered mountain caribou says a controversial wolf cull will likely be necessary for the next five years. Assistant deputy minister Tom Ethier told CBC News the 180 wolves being shot...

source: CBC

Wood bison aren't the most accommodating of animals. When bothered, these super-sized versions of America's sweetheart, the plains bison, can become as solid as Stonehenge, refusing to budge, or they might take off running—at up to 40 miles per hour. It's an impressive...

source: Smithsonian


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