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Duke of Burgundy Butterflies: Saved From Extinction by UK Farmers

Why have UK farmers spent time and resources saving the Duke of Burgundy butterflies? Ruskin Bond once said: “And when all the wars are...

Falconry Gives a Man Respite From a Life of Crime and Uncertainty

People find numerous outlets or ways to lead a more meaningful life in unusual things. Rodney Stotts is one such individual who uplifted himself...

Indian Village Saved Birds, Went Without Street Lights for Over a Month

Residents in a small Indian village in southern India made a big personal sacrifice to save the lives of a bird and her hatchlings....

Thousands of Sandhill Cranes Are Headed for Nebraska in One of Nature’s Greatest Migrations

Every spring, starting from February through late April, Nebraska’s Platte River Valley witnesses the mass migration of sandhill cranes in the world’s largest crane...

Snowy Owl Stops in Central Park for the First Time Since 1890

It has become so rare to spot wildlife in urban places these days that a single sight of any species makes headlines. That is...
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Spitting Cobra Venoms Evolved to Cause Extreme Pain

An international team, including scientists from the University of Queensland, made the discovery by studying the composition of spitting cobra venoms from three groups of...

Massive Prehistoric Crocodile Emerges From Australia

A prehistoric crocodile measuring more than five meters long — dubbed the "swamp king" — ruled Southeastern Queensland waterways only a few million years...

3 Billion Animals Impacted by Fires, Including 60,000 Koalas

Estimates that some 3 billion animals were killed or misplaced by the 2019-20 mega-fires in Australia have been confirmed — with a breakdown by...

Mass Culling of Minks Forces Shut Down of Major Denmark Fur Seller

Danish officials recently announced plans for the mass culling of minks on the country’s 15 million farm minks due to COVID-19 concerns. As a...

The Innocent Macaque Monkeys of Taichung

Uncle Guo, who grew up in Dakeng, Taichung, as a farmer's son, often chased off the Taiwanese macaque monkeys to protect his orchard from...
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