Mammals

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Humans Pass on Deadly Infections to Endangered Mountain Gorillas

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Quagga: The Lost Zebra

In South Africa, quaggas were hunted to extinction in the late 1800s

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Studying the Bond Between a Cat and Its Human

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The Accidental Cure for Hair Loss

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Biology’s Ten Worst Love Stories

Animal sex can get pretty weird

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Crested Gibbons Sing in Different Dialects

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Are Humans an Invasive Species?

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Rare Sunda Clouded Leopards Come in Two Varieties

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The Elephant Family Tree, Extinct and Extant

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Young Female Chimpanzees Make "Dolls" of Sticks

Long-tailed Macaque

The World's Worst Invasive Mammals

Animals as common as goats, deer, rabbits or mice can have a devastating effect on other wildlife

Polar Bear at Cape Churchill (Wapusk National Park, Manitoba, Canada)

It's Not Too Late to Save the Polar Bear

In 2007, scientists from the USGS said that if humans didn't cut greenhouse gas emissions, two-thirds of the world's polar bears could be gone by 2050

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Honey Badgers Are Real

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Cats Defy Gravity to Take a Sip

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Why Some Kitties Meow and Others Roar

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Florida Panthers Helped by Texas Cats

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Hares Can Get Pregnant While Pregnant

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Wildebeest Migration Threatened

Catnip's Effect on Big (and Little) Cats

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What Monkeynomics Can Tell Us About Us

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