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Despite the widespread decline of elephants across Africa in recent years, one nation has reported a rising population. Elephants in Uganda have increased by 600 percent, to more than 5,000 individuals, from a low of 700 to 800 in the 1980s,...

source: National Geographic

A new company is engineering a synthetic rhino horn that could be indistinguishable from the natural kind. The goal is to flood the black market for rhino horn, which is prized in some parts of Asia for its purported medicinal value, according to the company, called Pembient....

source: Live Science

A well-known grizzly sow hasn't shown up at her usual stomping grounds around Lake Louise this season...

source: CBC News

It's a well established fact that cats wreak havoc on wildlife. Some estimates put the number of birds and mammals killed by cats in the United States each year in the billions. Of course, cat owners aren't having it. Studies implicating outdoor cats in significant wildlife...

source: UPI

In the distance, eyes are watching. Unseen, unheard, leaving no trace, southwestern Pennsylvania's most successful predator virtually is everywhere, encroaching close to, and even within, human population centers. But, no worries....

source: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A year after the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service listed the lesser prairie chicken as threatened, a new report finds the species’ fortunes have improved. The decision impacted landowners and businesses in five states: Texas, New Mexico,...

source: Midland Reporter-Telegram


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