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The Grauer's gorilla, the world's largest primate, has been a source of continual worry for conservationists for more than two decades. Longstanding conflict in the deep jungles of the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo left experts with no choice but to guess at how that...

source: The New York Times

What do you do when you have more than $100 million worth of ivory sitting around, just collecting dust? You burn it, of course. That is what Kenya did recently, when President Uhuru Kenyatta lit a huge pyre of elephant tusks as...

source: The New York Times

An innovative app created by a University of Victoria professor is giving...

source: The Star

One of the sad consequences of the westward settlement of the United States was the near eradication of the grizzly bear. Once an iconic symbol of the American wild, the hulking brown bears were hunted, trapped and deemed fearsome, dangerous predators. In California, they...

source: Los Angeles Times

Native American tribes will protect bats from logging and place sturgeon in school aquariums as part of a recent round of federal grants. The Tribal Wildlife grant program was established by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in 2003....

source: Great Lakes Echo

Florida wildlife officials are looking to create more sanctuaries across the state to protect vulnerable wildlife from everyday human disturbances during the most critical time in their lives. There are currently 20 areas in...

source: WFSU-FM

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