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Animals Are Shrinking and Freezing to Death in a Changing Arctic
Unusual weather brought by climate change is making it tough for muskoxen to get food—and sometimes even entombs them in ice.
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Animals Are Shrinking and Freezing to Death in a Changing Arctic
Unusual weather brought by climate change is making it tough for muskoxen to get food—and sometimes even entombs them in ice.
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Frogs Tote Tiny Radios to Save Their Species
Scientists recently released hundreds of harlequin frogs to learn more about a deadly fungus pushing the species to extinction.
6-Foot Iguana Shot With Crossbow Rescued in Florida loading...
6-Foot Iguana Shot With Crossbow Rescued in Florida
The animal was shot several times and needed emergency surgery upon arrival at a wildlife center.
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Chickens Prefer Attractive People
The barnyard bird is a lot smarter than you think.
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First-of-Its-Kind Brain Surgery Saves Beloved Fur Seal
Ziggy Star was found stranded off the coast of California with a debilitating brain disease. Now, she’s back in the water.
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China Shuts Down Its Legal Ivory Trade
Two years after a joint pledge with the United States to ban the domestic trade in ivory, all of China’s government-licensed carving factories and ivory retailers are about to close.
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They might not have military weapons, but these animals have evolved their own versions of poison-tipped harpoons, chemical missiles and high-powered bullets to help them compete for food, territory and mating rights.

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