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New the risk to public property endanger America’s unique wildlife passageways

Published in Odd and Fun on 21st July 2017

Mule deer, pronghorn and other swine rely on unbroken movement streets for nutrient and survival, a requisite now in jeopardy as Trump pushes for development The life of a Wyoming mule deer is a tough one. In ordering to subsist, thousands of the deer undertake an arduous 150 -mile migration twice a year to find […]

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Saved: the endangered species back from the verge of extinguishing

Published in Odd and Fun on 19th July 2017

Human activity has put wildlife of all the countries at risk, but many mortals are now thriving thanks to conservationists The saiga antelope makes a strange pin-up for the conservation nature. With its strange bulbous nose and spindly legs, it is an unlovely gazing man specially when compared against wildlife favourites such as the polar […]

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Climate change impacting ‘most’ species on Earth, even down to their genomes

Published in Odd and Fun on 12th July 2017

Three recent studies point to just how broad, bizarre, and potentially devastating climate change is to life on Earth. And weve only seen one degree Celsius of warming so far. Climate change is rapidly becoming a crisis that defies hyperbole. For all the sound and fury of climate change denialists, self-deluding politicians and a very […]

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Animal trafficking: the $23 bn criminal industry patrolled by a toothless regulator

Published in Odd and Fun on 9th July 2017

The Cite convention finds itself confronting potent networks, even though it has no detectives , no police powers and no firearms The illegal trade in wildlife is a most attractive felony. But it is highly perniciou, and its proportion is warning the extinction of some of the worlds most iconic species. It is also grotesquely […]

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African elephants ‘killed faster than they are being born’

Published in Odd and Fun on 30th June 2017

Data exhausted on UN world wildlife day pictures overall person is still descending despite a recent reduction in high levels of poaching for ivory More African elephants are being killed for bone than are being born, despite poaching stages falling for the fourth time in a row in 2015. The new data, released on UN […]

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Baby whales ‘whisper’ to moms to avoid piranhas, consider determines

Published in Odd and Fun on 28th June 2017

Scientists divulge unique, intimate shape for communications between humpback the women and calves as well as silent technique to establish suckling Newborn humpback whales and their babies whisper to one another to escape potential predators, scientists reported Wednesday, uncovering the existence of a previously unknown survival technique. They dont crave any unwanted listeners, investigate Simone […]

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Yellowstone grizzly permits face expiration of endangered species protection

Published in Odd and Fun on 18th June 2017

US federal government answers recuperation of national park population to more than 700 is a historical success but conservationists suppose move is premature The federal government is proposing to strip endangered species shields from Yellowstones famed grizzly suffers, with officials claiming an historical success in the convalescence of the bear population. The US Fish and […]

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Baby killer whale fights for life in New Zealand harbour

Published in Odd and Fun on 15th June 2017

The orca, nicknamed Bob, has been swimming in a conceal on the east coast of the North Island for two weeks after becoming separated from his pod A baby orca separated from its mother and husk for two weeks is gradually croaking in a New Zealand hide, despite a taskforce being set up to try […]

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The 10 species most at risk from climate change

Published in Odd and Fun on 13th June 2017

From penguins in Antarctica, to butterflies in Spain, and rodents and coral in the Great Barrier Reef, as the world warms these species are disappearing 10 Hawaiian honeycreepers Small island species, confined to limited terrain, are always susceptible, particularly to invasive species, burgeoning human populations, and brand-new cancers. On Hawaii, climate change intersects with these […]

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There Is simply to 38 Kordofan Giraffes Left In The Democratic Republic Of Congo

Published in Odd and Fun on 12th June 2017

The second-oldest national park in Africa, Garamba National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo used to be teeming with wildlife. It was once residence to 500 northern grey rhinos, over 20,000 elephants, and 350 Kordofan giraffes. But 40 year later, the ballpark is in a different state.Wracked by chronic anxiety, armed conflict and the […]

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