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2015/06/30 12:24
2015/06/30 12:24
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Smaller than a finger but found in staggering numbers, the Bristlemouth is a reminder of how little we know about our oceans. Habitats on land – rain forests, steppes, woodlands, deserts, alpine...
2015/06/30 12:24
2015/06/30 12:24
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2015/06/30 11:29
2015/06/30 11:29
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Nairobi — The impact of pirate attacks on ships in the western Indian Ocean is declining, according to a study by scientists from the European Commission's Joint Research Centre. The paper, to be...
2015/06/29 00:09
2015/06/29 00:09
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BRAZZAVILLE: In late May 2015 a sniffer dog unit of the Project for the Application of Law for Fauna in the Republic of Congo (PALF) travelled to several police roadblocks on the inbound roads to...
2015/06/28 13:10
2015/06/28 13:10
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NEW YORK » On a gray day in mid-June, at the edge of a leafy enclosure in the Bronx Zoo's Wild Asia habitat, an elephant named Happy stood very still, gazing over the fence. There were a few logs...
2015/06/27 14:38
2015/06/27 14:38
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Western Ghats potential stronghold for leopard cats: Study Prevention of massive land-use changes due to infrastructural projects in the Western Ghats could help conserve leopard cats and other small...
2015/06/25 15:05
2015/06/25 15:05
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Our planet is facing unprecedented mass extinctions of species. And we humans are the culprits. A just released study (June 19, 2015) reveals that "477 vertebrates have gone extinct since 1900, rather...
2015/06/25 09:45
2015/06/25 09:45
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A red lionfish (Pterois volitans) swims in the aquarium of the Schonbrunn zoo in the gardens of the Schoenbrunn Palace in Vienna on October 16, 2012. The red lionfish is a venomous coral reef fish....
2015/06/22 23:36
2015/06/22 23:36
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NEW YORK AP - Over a tonne of confiscated ivory tumbled off a conveyor belt into a rock crusher in Times Square on Friday in a symbolic display highlighting an illegal trade that activists say...
2015/06/22 10:31
2015/06/22 10:31
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A new study shows that scientists can now match DNA from elephant dung to DNA extracted from ivory to track down the source of large, illegal shipments of tusks and trinkets across...
2015/06/20 13:15
2015/06/20 13:15
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ISTANBUL (AP) � WikiLeaks is in the process of publishing more than 500,000 Saudi diplomatic documents to the Internet, the transparency website said Friday, a move that echoes its famous release of...
2015/06/19 16:12
2015/06/19 16:12
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The US government destroyed more than one US ton (907kg) of “blood ivory” before crowds in New York’s Times Square on Friday, in a move designed to signal a dramatic crackdown on the illegal...
2015/06/19 15:07
2015/06/19 15:07
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The idea is to spread awareness about the illegality and consequences of wildlife trafficking. It's also meant to send a message to any traffickers that the U.S. doesn't welcome the illegal trade....
2015/06/19 06:39
2015/06/19 06:39
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In their report, the scientists determined the ERM assessment does not adequately measure the potential impacts of the project, noting insufficient data collection on water quality, geology,...
2015/06/17 21:45
2015/06/17 21:45
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The Houston Zoo has selected Lee Ehmke to be the next president and CEO. Ehmke will begin this new role on September 8. Ehmke is the current Director/Chief Executive of the Minnesota Zoological...
2015/06/17 18:14
2015/06/17 18:14
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A crocodile swimming down a city street. A bear hugging an air conditioner outside a second-floor apartment window. A hippo loitering outside a Swatch store. Penguins drowned. And a young white lion...
2015/06/16 11:58
2015/06/16 11:58
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The city’s rent-regulation laws expired at midnight amid stalled negotiations during the final days of the legislative session in Albany. Although protections remain in place for current leases,...
2015/06/15 22:19
2015/06/15 22:19
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The Sri Lankan city of Galle bears the architectural hallmarks of its colonial past. 1. EXPLORE GALLE FORT Built by the Portuguese in 1588 and fortified by the Dutch during the 17th century, the...
2015/06/15 20:58
2015/06/15 20:58
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Confiscated ivory will be crushed this week in the hopes of drawing attention to wildlife trafficking. A ton of confiscated ivory will be crushed in Times Square this week to draw attention to...
2015/06/15 18:21
2015/06/15 18:21
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Free and easy! How I Met Your Mother vet Cobie Smulders goes braless with daring semi-sheer romper six months after welcoming second baby She welcomed her second child in early January, but seems to...
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2015/06/15 14:12
2015/06/15 14:12
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NEW YORK (AP) — A tiny deer is generating a giant dose of cuteness in New York City. The Wildlife Conservation Society sent out a baby announcement last Monday. It's a boy! The southern pudu fawn —...
2015/06/30 12:24
2015/06/30 12:24
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