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Deaths by Shark Attacks Rise in Australia

Six people have died from unprovoked shark attacks this year in Australia. This is the highest number since 1934, a year that also saw...

America’s First Nest of ‘Murder Hornets’ Gets Exterminated

Scientists have destroyed America’s first-ever nest of Asian giant hornets. The insects, also known by the name of "murder hornets," have a sting that...

Los Angeles to Be Home to the Biggest Wildlife Crossing in the World

The county of Los Angeles is well-known for its substantial mountain lion population. However, large-scale infrastructure development has resulted in the region developing multiple...

Three Things to Know About the Asian Paradise Flycatcher

Asian Paradise Flycatcher is a species of birds that is native to India, Asia, and Central Asia. Scientists have identified around 14 subspecies of...

African Crocodiles Lived in Spain 6 Million Years Ago

Millions of years ago, several species of crocodiles of different genera and characteristics inhabited Europe and sometimes even coexisted. But among all these species,...

Magpies and Kookaburras Cheer Us Up While Under Lockdown

Our home is situated among the trees in Warrandyte, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. My husband Steve and I enjoy sitting outside watching the...

Wolves Have Been Caring for the Pack for at Least 1.3 Million Years

Wolves today live and hunt in packs, which helps them take down large prey. But when did this group behavior evolve? An international research...

4-Meter Reptile Found in the Belly of Prehistoric Marine Carnivore

When paleontologists digging in a quarry in southwestern China uncovered the nearly complete skeleton of a giant, dolphin-like marine reptile known as an ichthyosaur,...

6 Things to Know About Red Pandas

People across the world are familiar with the cute giant panda, but have you heard about the little red panda? Despite having the name...

Crows Thank Caretaker by Returning With Gifts

If you think animals do not have the emotional capacity to be thankful to those who help them, the story of Stuart Dahlquist and...
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