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Part Of Rwanda’s Continuing Recovery: The Return Of Lions
Lost in the wake of the country’s genocide, big cats make a comeback by special air delivery this week.
From “threatened” to “endangered,” a change in US classification increases protections for captive chimpanzees here.
A new study from Japan shows dogs are unlikely to accept treats from those who snub their owners.
How a famous biologist spent his career saving ‘the tequila bat’ and rectifying the image drawn in Bram Stoker’s classic story.
Nearly half the world’s population of the saiga died in just the past few weeks. Now, scientists are digging in to find out why.
Despite unprecedented losses all around, Uganda’s elephant population continues to increase.
The arduous 10-day effort to translocate 20 critically endangered rhinos to former rangelands in Northern Kenya is in high gear this week.
There’s great hope for tigers in India, but miscalculated census numbers don’t help, says revered big cat expert Ullas Karanth.