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Wolf Tracker

Biologist Gudrun Pflueger talks about her encounter with a Canadian pack

Reaching 60 feet long and weighing up to 20 tonnes, the whale shark is the world's largest fish

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An Australian conservation group uses Hubble space telescope software to identify animals by their markings

Jack rabbits like this one have mysteriously vanished from Yellowstone National Park a Wildlife Conservation Society study says.

Jackrabbits Vanish from Yellowstone

Since 1990, there's only been one jackrabbit sighting in Yellowstone

Swallowtail caterpillar with little depth of field.

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The latest on the endangered mountain gorillas in war-ravaged Congo

Orcas swim in ice floes.

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Grizzly bear near Obsidian Creek in Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone Bear Hair

Scientists collect hairs from Yellowstone grizzly bears to conduct genetic studies

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Tail-waving squirrels, black-footed ferrets and tool-using crows

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Turning the Tide

Our oceans are in trouble, says Nancy Knowlton. But it's not too late to do something about it

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Masters of the Storm

Kennedy Warne, author of "The Amazing Albatrosses," talks about dangerous waters and albatross love

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Icebergs, ice age wolves and honeybee queens

Two days after the killings, villagers poured in to help rangers carry bodies back to Bukima and then on to Rumangabo for burial. Here, volunteers are taking the pregnant and badly burned Mburanumwe out of the forest.

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The slaughter of four endangered mountain gorillas in war-ravaged Congo sparks conservationist action

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Mammoths, Clownfish and Traveling Plants

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Mystery trees, loggerhead turtles and Brooklyn

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Snap Shot

"If we want to ensure free-ranging devil populations that are disease free, putting them on offshore islands is the only alternative we've got," says wildlife researcher Hamish McCallum.

Tasmanian Tailspin

Can a new plan to relocate the Tasmanian devil save the species?

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Great sharks, manakins and dino digs

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Squid light shows, monkey hugs and chickadee alarms

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