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Turtles are well known for their longevity and protective shells, but it turns out these reptiles use sound to stick together and care for young, according to the Wildlife Conservation Society and other organizations. Scientists working in the Brazilian Amazon have found...

source: Phys.org

Wildlife experts lose one to two black rhinoceros each year from anesthesia complications when they capture and relocate the animals. That's 1 to 2 percent of the black rhinos that are moved annually, but with only 5,000 or so left in the wild in southern Africa, any losses...

source: Cornell Chronicle

Poaching, poisoning and the theft of animals may sound like activities from Britain's past, but modern gangs are muscling in on the act. A new report claims the scale of the problem is being hidden and that gangs are making large...

source: The Guardian

When Krystal Davies moved herself and her horses to the Kalama area in March, she started noticing something...

source: Longview Daily News via The Columbian

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has killed more than 1,000 people, ground the economy of three countries...

source: Brandeis Now

A bacterial parasite previously thought to infect only a few species of feeder birds is actually infecting...

source: Science Daily

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