Wednesday, October 27, 2021
coyotes

Coyotes: Can They Be Taught to Live in Harmony?

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Coyote sightings in residential areas have steadily increased over the past decade. Just this past winter an area deemed a success at co-existing with...
invasive species

Is Killing an Invasive Species Wrong?

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When does killing stop being terrible and start being sensible? It’s a question many ask when it comes to controlling the population of invasive...
horse slaughter

Video Adds Fuel to the New Mexico Horse Slaughter Controversy

Last year, Valley Meat Co. began a process with the U.S. Department of Agriculture to convert its former cattle slaughter operation into a horse...
seals

Seals on Board!

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Ethan Janson is a 41 year old sports-photographer-turned-dentist, Seattle native that lives near the Puget Sound in Washington state. He had noticed that the...
apes

A Look Into Apes at US Zoos

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The world is going ape! Though many of the great apes are endangered in the wild, they have been having a bit of a...
flatworm penis

What is the Most Diverse Animal Organ?

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They’re bigger, they’re stronger, and some of them come in multiples. Some animals use them to hunt, swat flies, or grope things. Some animals...
wisdom the bird

Meet Wisdom – The Oldest Living Wild Bird

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Wisdom has done it again. Believed to be the oldest living wild bird in the world, Wisdom is a Laysan albatross. She is at...
singing dog

Singing Dog Photographed for the First Time in 20 Years

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Tom Hewitt, of Adventure Alternative Borneo Tours, as well as he group he was guiding, saw a rare sight while high on the Mandala...
polar bear cubs

Toledo Zoo to Publicly Debut Their Polar Bear Cubs

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The Toledo Zoo has announced that it’s as yet un-named, twin polar bear cubs will make their public debut this spring, likely in May....
illegal wildlife trade

Stamping Out Illegal Wildlife Trade in China

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The illegal wildlife trade suffered a setback recently thanks to a multinational crackdown led by China. The crackdown included Asian and African nations, in...