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As tiger population grows, leopards are increasingly likely to be pushed into areas where people live, leading to more conflicts between man and leopards. This is what a study conducted in Nepal's Chitwan National Park found.

source: International Business Times

The Kenya Wildlife Service has acquired one million acres from individuals and communities to conserve wildlife. Director General William Kiprono said the land is conducive for wildlife.

source: The Star

A recent order by the Ohio Department of Agriculture to euthanize an entire herd of captive deer highlights...

source: The Columbus Dispatch

After bouncing up and down like a rubber ball since 2005, the Western...

source: Nunatsiaq News

The Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) found the wolverine (Gulo gulo),...

source: The Wildlife Society

A proposed conservation area to be established by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service could expand the range of the endangered Wyoming toad in the Laramie valley.

source: Deutsche Welle


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