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Cats Have A Killer Impact on Reptiles loading...
Cats Have A Killer Impact on Reptiles
Experiments in Australia reveal that kitties are catching more than birds.
Early Native Americans Imported Exotic Parrots, DNA Reveals loading...
Early Native Americans Imported Exotic Parrots, DNA Reveals
The discovery suggests that scarlet macaws were being bred for trade centuries earlier than previously thought.
Hydroelectric Dam Threatens to Wipe Out World's Rarest Ape loading...
Hydroelectric Dam Threatens to Wipe Out World's Rarest Ape
A hydroelectric plant and dam, already in the works, could drive the newly identified Tapanuli orangutan to extinction.
South Africa to Export 1,500 Lion Skeletons Per Year—Legally loading...
South Africa to Export 1,500 Lion Skeletons Per Year—Legally
South Africa has nearly doubled the amount of lion bones that can leave the country, in a move many say could encourage illegal trade.
Video: How One Mother Duck Can Raise 76 Ducklings loading...
Video: How One Mother Duck Can Raise 76 Ducklings
One extraordinary merganser duck has been spotted leading about 76 ducklings. Here's how this unusual situation likely came about.

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