Oil Spill Finally Confirmed as a Culprit in Dolphin Deaths

A new report spells out that the oil spill, along with a couple other coincidental but unfortunate circumstances, initiated the grissly dolphin deaths


These Adorable Lemurs Are On the Verge of Extinction

Lemurs are the most threatened group of vertebrates on the planet

$2 Million in Ivory Seized From Manhattan Jewelers

Two New York City jewelers, caught with $2 million worth of illegal ivory, plead guilty to charges of commercializing wildlife


Should We Kill Man-Eating Alligators?

Should we hunt down and kill man-eaters?

Blame Your Chicken Dinner for That Persistant Urinary Tract Infection

E. coli, the most common cause of urinary tract infections, has been growing resistant to antibiotics, and chickens may be to blame


How Do Animals Perceive the World?

Scientists demonstrate how animals view the world, and why their vision influences the way they look


U.S. & Europe are Hotspots for Deadly Emerging Diseases

Frog Daddy Raises Babies in Throat, Spits Them Out When Ready


Stick Bugs Have Sex for Two Months Straight

Yes. They can. Two-plus months. Or, more specifically, 79 days, says pseudonymous entomologist--blogger Bug Girl


Wrecked Rivers of T.S. Eliot’s ‘The Wasteland’ Teem With Life Once More


Chimps Celebrate the End of a Research Era

Bar-headed goose with a Mount Everest-simulating air mask.

Extreme Geese Reveal High-Altitude Secrets in Wind Tunnel


Respect: Sharks are Older than Trees

America’s Other (Lady) Audubon

Cowboy Conservationist Frees Whales with Crossbow

The new baby takes his first sip of water.

Adorable, Critically Endangered Baby Sumatran Rhino Born


The Last of His Kind, Tortoise Lonesome George Dies, Leaving No Offspring


This Beautiful Window Art Also Saves Birds’ Lives

‘World’s Rarest Toad’ Not Extinct After All

Wind turbines in Pennsylvania

Scientists Save Bats and Birds from Wind Turbine Slaughter

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