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Deadly Combo: 91 Elephants Slaughtered by Poachers Using Cyanide From Illegal Gold Mines
The mineral-rich salt licks scattered around watering holes commonly draw elephants and other animals...
Actress Jessica Lange Asks Minnesota Governor to Suspend Wolf Hunt
Citing cruel killing methods, a decrease in population and other factors, actress and lifelong Minnesotan Jessica Lange has written an open letter to Governor Mark Dayton requestin...
Cute Monsters: 5 of the Ugliest Endangered Animals You've Gotta Love
Enough with the pandas, the piglets, the cuddly polar bears and the tiger cubs. Let’s get real. Not all of life is cute, and that goes for its animals too...
No Rest, No Peace for Lonesome George: Giant Tortoise Gets Stuffed
It seems that Lonesome George, the Galápagos tortoise who never mated and then died a year ago at age 100, will not be permitted to rest in peace, after all...
Lahontan Cutthroat Trout Is Back From Near-Extinction, to Delight of Paiutes
Much has been made recently of various proposals to bring back extinct species, mostly dinosaurs...
Be It "Panda-ring" or "Panda-monium," Stephen Harper Welcomes Iconic Chinese Bears for 10-Year Stay
Debate swirls over the piping of bituminous crude through pristine aboriginal territory to the British Columbia coast, destined for China...
International Wildlife Trade Group Votes to Protect Hundreds of Species
In its final plenary vote, the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) formalized the protection of hundreds of species, including m...
Fewer Sharks to Land in Soup Pot, Thanks to New International Protections
Conservationists are eagerly awaiting this week’s plenary vote on shark protections at the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES), after more than two thir...
Turtle Island's Bats Being Decimated by Fungus Most Likely Originating in Europe
A fungal disease called white nose syndrome is racing through bat populations across Turtle Island and has killed millions of the tiny mammals, attacking them as they hibernate...
Animal Welfare Groups Sue to Protect Wolves in Three States
Tired of seeing wolves make a comeback off the endangered list only to be hunted, several groups, including the Humane Society of the United States, have sued the U.S...
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