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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.
Bushmeat hunting threatens hundreds of mammal species with extinction and millions of people with food insecurity.
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The climate change-threatened mammal has been denied protections under the Endangered Species Act. Again.
"At some point the earth is going to say 'enough.'"
Atlanta Botanical Garden
A milestone that calls for pictures of baby animals, obviously.
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Toughie was believed to be the world's last Rabbs’ fringe-limbed tree frog.
Fewer than 60 vaquita are left, but with swift action there's hope for their recovery.
“He’s one of the lucky survivors of conflict palm oil expansion but his fate is not the norm.”
"We must not go quietly into this impoverished future."
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Hearing Zachary Mutai speak about the three critically endangered rhinos in his care is like listening to a doting dad extoll the virtues of a beloved child. "I know when they are happy, when they are...
Way too many people are "rescuing" baby animals that don't need rescuing.
Tundra the bear will get a bigger home and won’t be alone anymore.
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NSW MP Robert Borsak has boasted of shooting and eating an elephant in a speech at state parliament. The Shooters and Fishers politician made the admi ion during a late night tirade on Tuesday against...
There are only three Saharan addaxes — corkscrew-horned antelope native to the sandy deserts of eastern Niger and western Chad — left in the wild. The startling new finding comes from a co...