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The Struggle To Protect A Vital Jaguar Corridor
The fight to protect jaguar habitat throughout the Americas continues even after the loss of one of its greatest defenders, Alan Rabinowitz.
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The World’s Biggest Conference On Wildlife Trade Is Happening. Get The Details.
Delegations from all over the world are gathering in Switzerland to discuss protections for more than 500 species.
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Orangutans Are Our Closest Relatives But We Are Neglecting Them?
Once a month award-winning National Geographic photographer Jayaprakash Bojan boards a friend’s houseboat and putt-putts down the Sekonyer River which wends its way through the Tanjung Puting National Park in Kalimantan.
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Hundreds Of Zoos And Aquariums Accused Of Mistreating Animals
Many "gold-standard" zoos and aquariums worldwide let visitors pet, feed, and take selfies with animals, a new report finds.
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The King Of Birds Dresses The Part When Pursuing A Mate
Though rarely seen in the wild, the western tragopan’s flashy features and elaborate dance moves catch the eyes of potential mates.
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We Finally Know Why Flashlight Fish Glow
Scientists have found a new explanation for a behaviour they witnessed in the largest school of glowing fish ever seen.
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These Sharks Glow Underwater—Thanks To Tiny Lightsabers
A new study finds a brand-new chemical pathway for biofluorescence in sharks—and the molecules are also antibacterial.
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