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A gray whale reveals its tail off the coast of Long Beach, California.
It doesn't mean that they're safe from extinction though.
"[The] administration has declared war on whales, dolphins and turtles off the coast of California," one advocate said.
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'I'm a farmer. I'm a conservative. We have to protect the Pilliga with our life.'
The long-term survival of the population is now at risk.
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Land clearing is out of control.
A compelling photo series is challenging the way that humans look at and understand wild animals kept in captivity. Photographer Sheng Wen Lo, who is from Taiwan but based in the Netherlands, began ta...
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These conservation success stories remind us that the mass extinction of the world's species doesn't have to be inevitable.
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The Puget Sound whale may have been over 100 years old.
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'We need to come back to the potential of cheetahs to coexist with people.'
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Over the past decade, we've wiped out mammals, birds, amphibians and more. And it's all to our own detriment.
Climate change has already touched almost all life on the planet, even under moderate rates of global warming, according to a report published Thursday in the journal Science. An international team of...
The climate change-threatened mammal has been denied protections under the Endangered Species Act. Again.