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A second year of badger culling has begun in parts of England (Gloucestershire and Somerset) in a bid to tackle bovine TB. Last year, 1,800 badgers were killed in the pilot areas of west Gloucestershire and west Somerset. Just under 1,000 are due to be killed this year....

source: BBC

One of the world's rarest frogs, the mountain chicken frog, bred as part of an international project to save the species from extinction, has been successfully returned to its Caribbean home ahead of the global day to highlight the...

source: Wildlife Extra

Wildlife campaigners in Mozambique say police have cracked an ivory poaching ring believed to be responsible for the deaths of at least 39 elephants. The Wildlife Conservation Society said six suspects were arrested in Niassa National Reserve at the weekend, in what is...

source: Phys.org

The biggest and the baddest among meat-eating dinosaurs, Spinosaurus may have also been the first dinosaur to take to the water, swimming in North Africa's rivers some 97 million years ago, researchers reported. Floating like...

source: National Geographic

The food chain is a hierarchical series of organisms that are interrelated in their feeding habits. The...

source: Environmental News Network

Canada's federal government is proposing new aquaculture regulations that would permit the dumping of...

source: CBC News

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