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Masai Giraffes Declared Endangered loading...
Masai Giraffes Declared Endangered
The subspecies in Kenya and Tanzania has declined by nearly 50 percent in the last 30 years, largely because of poaching and changes in land use.
Meet Lori, A Tiny Dinosaur That May Help Explain How Birds Evolved Flight loading...
Meet Lori, A Tiny Dinosaur That May Help Explain How Birds Evolved Flight
The chicken-size carnivore from the late Jurassic is already ruffling feathers among palaeontologists.
This Odd Deep-Sea Fish Can Hold Its Breath For Four Minutes loading...
This Odd Deep-Sea Fish Can Hold Its Breath For Four Minutes
Coffinfish use their enormous inflatable gills to fill their body with seawater—the first such discovery ever made in a fish.
Hyenas Once Stalked The Arctic, Fossils Reveal loading...
Hyenas Once Stalked The Arctic, Fossils Reveal
The prehistoric predators may have had shaggy coats that changed colours with the seasons, helping them hunt caribou and mammoth.
The Secret Lives Of Fish-Eating, Beaver-Ambushing Wolves Of Minnesota loading...
The Secret Lives Of Fish-Eating, Beaver-Ambushing Wolves Of Minnesota
In the Great Lakes' boreal forests, grey wolves have evolved surprisingly flexible diets and hunting strategies.

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