New Tech Highlights Croc Summer Hotspots loading...
New Tech Highlights Croc Summer Hotspots
For readers of Darwin’s NT News, a story about crocodiles is a daily event but in the southern states, croc stories are few and far between. Even less common is something being done in those states which actually has something to do with crocodiles.
Tiny Number Of Elephant Seal Supermums Produce Most Pups loading...
Tiny Number Of Elephant Seal Supermums Produce Most Pups
Nearly wiped out due to hunting in the early 1900s, the species is bouncing back—and these formidable parents may help explain why.
Many People Want To Set Aside Half Of Earth As Nature loading...
Many People Want To Set Aside Half Of Earth As Nature
A new survey of 12,000 adults in 12 countries revealed overwhelming support for conservation, as well as knowledge gaps in subjects like extinction rates.
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Ig Nobel Ways To Answer Humanity’s Big Questions
Wombat poo cubed but not sliced like a pizza.
Pangolin Scale Medicines No Longer Covered By Chinese Insurance loading...
Pangolin Scale Medicines No Longer Covered By Chinese Insurance
The change may signal new willingness from the government to provide additional protections to the threatened mammal.
Bold Effort To Save Rhino Completes Critical Step loading...
Bold Effort To Save Rhino Completes Critical Step
Only two northern white rhinos are left in the world. Both are female. To preserve their subspecies, a group of scientists has turned to advanced reproductive technologies.
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What The Amazon Fires Mean For Wild Animals
“In the Amazon, nothing is adapted to fire.” 10 per cent of Earth’s animal species live there.
Mako Sharks Get New Protections From Trade loading...
Mako Sharks Get New Protections From Trade
At the global wildlife trade meeting in Geneva, countries have decided to protect the endangered mako shark from trade.
The World’s Biggest Conference On Wildlife Trade Is Happening. Get The Details. loading...
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.
Orangutans Are Our Closest Relatives But We Are Neglecting Them? loading...
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.
Hundreds Of Zoos And Aquariums Accused Of Mistreating Animals loading...
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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