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When it comes to identifying individual koalas, the nose knows. According to Peggy Shaw-McBee, assistant...

source: The Wildlife Society

A Chinese official has said that China will make more efforts on the fields of management, law enforcement, education and capacity building to help African countries battle elephant poaching. Meng Xianlin, executive director-general of Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and...

source: All Africa

When Xiao Ju (Tony) Guan, an antiques dealer from Richmond, B.C.,...

source: The Globe and Mail

A biologist is suggesting rapidly rising rates of mercury contamination...

source: Times Colonist

The East Kootenay region of British Columbia is no stranger to...

source: The Wildlife Society

After a cold and snowy winter, a pair of bald eagles at a Pennsylvania State Park have welcomed a new addition to their nest. The first egg belonging to the viral couple at Corodus State Park hatched on Tuesday and was captured on a webcam set up by the Pennsylvania Game...

source: ABC News

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