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Tiny tags have been used to follow the frenetic first hours in a loggerhead turtle's life. When these reptiles emerge from their beach nests, they race down to the sea and start swimming hell for leather. Their intention is to get as far off shore as possible, away from...

source: BBC

In Namibia, the question of who owns the wildlife has often been fraught with difficulties. In 1967 — one year after the United Nations demanded South Africa leave Namibia — the ruling South African apartheid government gave ownership of the local fauna to (predominantly)...

source: CNN

To celebrate International Snow Leopard Day, National Geographic Cat Watch is publishing two images from camera traps set up to document the elusive and seldom-seen big cat on Mount Everest. The Everest Snow Leopard Conservation Center is a partnership initiative of Vanke...

source: National Geographic

Bats serve as a natural reservoir for the Ebola — but we cannot blame them for the epidemic. In...

source: The Ecologist

An analysis of studies examining the role wildlife play in the transmission...

source: Morrow County Sentinel

In Arviat, Canada, it's not Halloween season. It's polar bear season. An influx of polar bears has caused...

source: USA Today


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