This Government Program's Job Is to Kill Wildlife loading...
This Government Program's Job Is to Kill Wildlife
An investigation in Harper’s Magazine this month documents indiscriminate and inhumane methods used to control predators on public lands in the West.
Hunters Return to the Scene of the Kill—With Their Prey loading...
Hunters Return to the Scene of the Kill—With Their Prey
Pierre Abensur's portraits of hunters posed with their taxidermied animals provides a surprising perspective on human dominance over nature.
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Fossil Male Insect Wooed Mates with Sexy Legs
A 100-million-year-old piece of amber preserved the large colourful legs of male damselflies that were likely used to attract mates.
These Iconic Animals Could Again Be Hunted in Alaska's Refuges loading...
These Iconic Animals Could Again Be Hunted in Alaska's Refuges
Congress has voted to overturn an Obama-era rule prohibiting the hunting of bears, wolves, and other predators in Alaska's wildlife refuges.
Exclusive: Rare Black Wildcat Caught on Film in Africa loading...
Exclusive: Rare Black Wildcat Caught on Film in Africa
Servals are normally tan with black spots, but an unusually dark animal in Kenya surprised photographer Sergio Pitamitz.
New Maps May Help Chase Down Poachers Before They Strike loading...
New Maps May Help Chase Down Poachers Before They Strike
How harnessing troves of data can revolutionise wilderness management in Africa—and around the world.
First U.S. Bumblebee Officially Listed as Endangered loading...
First U.S. Bumblebee Officially Listed as Endangered
The bee’s population has plummeted nearly 90 percent since the 1990s.
How Mid-Century Doomsday Tests May Help Save Elephants loading...
How Mid-Century Doomsday Tests May Help Save Elephants
Radiocarbon dating, made possible by open-air nuclear tests shown in newly declassified videos, is helping scientists pinpoint when elephants were slaughtered.
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Explorer Sean Duggan travels to the most far-flung corners of the planet to unearth an array of strange, rare and dangerous creatures that have all been spawned by nature itself.

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