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At First I Was Confused. By The End I Knew This Was The Coolest Invention Ever.

I thought this was a joke at first. The more he showed it off, though, the more I knew that I needed one. This is one invention that should be in …

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Mountain-Prairie Region

FIFTY FIVE (55!) Bald Eagles in one tree?!? Holy Moley! EDIT: This photo was taken on the Nooksack River, in Washington State, near the town of …

Pink Floyd - Echoes

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Thailand Faces Sanctions If It Fails to Stop Ivory Trade

Thailand has until the end of March 2015 to take measures to shut down domestic trade in illegal elephant ivory or it will face trade sanctions under …

Baby Rhino Scared To Sleep Alone At Night After Losing Mother To Ruthless Poachers

When Gertje the baby rhino was found crying inconsolably next to his mother, who had been killed by poachers in South Africa for her horn, animal …

Parrot Who Was Among Last of Its Kind, Said to Have Inspired ‘Rio,’ Dies

Named Presley, the Spix's macaw was returned to Brazil from the U.S. in 2002.<p><b>A rare blue parrot that was among the last wild-born members of its species and was believed to have inspired the movie Rio has died outside São Paulo, Brazil.</b><p>The bird was a Spix's macaw named Presley, and he was around 40 …

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Watching Australia's wildlife

Wildlife is one of Australia’s top selling points, and justifiably so. A network of national parks, state forests and reserves is home to unique and fascinating native fauna, and although many of the furry mammals are nocturnal, during the daylight the birdlife is vibrant, noisy and colourful.<p>If …

Stunning Pictures: Inside Africa's Last Wetland Wilderness


Celebrating 150 Years of Yosemite and Its Remarkable Wildlife

<i>Editor’s Note: Yosemite National Park celebrates its 150th anniversary on Monday, June 30, and although many visit for the awe-inspiring scenery,</i> …

STC Sea Turtle Blog – Sea Turtle Conservancy

February 7, 2018<p>STC and Holbrook Travel are working together again to bring you another incredible Sea Turtle Expedition to Cuba! From July 1st – …

The Gorilla Doctors of the Democratic Republic of Congo - in pictures

Gorilla Doctors, a multi-national team operating in the heart of the jungle in DR Congo, treating injured and critically ill gorillas as well as caring for orphans at two sanctuaries

New Eyes With Which to See Her New Cubs

We suddenly have no shortage of cool cats named Venus at Neatorama! Venus the 6-year-old cheetah recently gave birth to four cubs at her home on the …

Unique Among Animals, Kangaroos Use Tail as Fifth Leg, Scientists Find

The tail provides a kind of jet-propulsion assist that makes hopping more efficient.<p>How many legs does a kangaroo have? The correct answer, according to new research, is five. A study in this week's <i>Biology Letters</i> says that a walking kangaroo propels itself with its tail, essentially transforming …

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To Save Coral Reefs, Start With Parrotfish

Changing Planet<p>Coral reefs are very complex ecosystems, but luckily managing them sustainably is not. Simply don’t catch fish faster than they reproduce, don’t damage the corals or pollute the water, reduce atmospheric CO2, and protect some areas as marine reserves.<p>That’s easier said than done, and …

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Ocean's nasty plastic garbage is disappearing: What's going on?

Plastic seems to be disappearing from the world's oceans, and scientists are not sure why.<p>Exposure to waves and radiation from the sun can cause plastics to break down into micro-fragments, but scientists say those fragments are stable and durable enough to last for hundreds of thousands of …


Red Panda That Escaped From The National Zoo Is Now a Dad

The Smithsonian National Zoo announced Wednesday that its red pandas Rusty and Shama have given birth to three cubs — and they have already weaseled …