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Crocodile Poaching Booms as Egypt Tourism Crumbles loading...
Crocodile Poaching Booms as Egypt Tourism Crumbles
Fewer foreign visitors and political chaos has led some Egyptians to turn to hunting Nile crocodiles as a source of revenue.
Chameleon Mummified Alive by the Tropical Sun loading...
Chameleon Mummified Alive by the Tropical Sun
Even reptiles adapted to hot environments can succumb to heat stress, a concern as the world warms, experts say.
A Tick Bite Could Make You Allergic to Meat—and It's Spreading loading...
A Tick Bite Could Make You Allergic to Meat—and It's Spreading
As people encounter more ticks during the summer months, their chances for getting bitten by the allergy-carrying Lone Star tick increases.
The Surprising Link Between Egg Shape and Bird Flight loading...
The Surprising Link Between Egg Shape and Bird Flight
For the first time, scientists have taken a closer look at how bird eggs are shaped—and made some unexpected discoveries.
Removal of Yellowstone Grizzlies From Endangered List Ignites Controversy loading...
Removal of Yellowstone Grizzlies From Endangered List Ignites Controversy
While some conservationists are applauding the return of the bears, others worry that the species is not ready to be managed by states that may promote hunting.

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