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A Big Change Is Proposed to Wildlife Protections

July 23, 2018 |

Those who back the Endangered Species Act won’t be happy to read a quote in the New York Times that sums up a story about its fate: “It’s probably the best chance that we have had in 25 years to actually make any substantial changes,” says Richard Pombo, a congressman-turned-lobbyist…

Two-headed fawn found in Minnesota forest shows rare wildlife deformity

May 13, 2018 |

A mushroom hunter’s discovery of a conjoined white-tailed fawn in a Minnesota forest two years ago is being hailed by researchers as a landmark case among oddities in nature.
FOX News

Video shows visitors to Dutch wildlife park fleeing cheetahs

May 12, 2018 |

A group of tourists had an unsettling experience at a Dutch wildlife park after they got out of their car and were chased backed in by several cheetahs.
FOX News

2 Charged With Harassing Wildlife for ‘Gator Shotgun’

May 28, 2017 |

Two men in South Carolina who admitted to blowing smoke into a young alligator’s mouth and pouring beer down its throat have been charged with harassing wildlife, the AP reports. State Department of Natural Resources spokesperson Kyndel McConchie said Friday that 20-year-old Joseph Floyd Jr. and 21-year-old Zachary Brown admitted…


The former child soldier risking his life to protect Congo’s wildlife

April 25, 2017 |

Former child soldier undoes past, saving Congo’s last remaining mountain gorillas – RSS Channel – World

‘Saturation Point:’ Wildlife Populations Have Collapsed Since 1970

October 27, 2016 |

A disturbing study says the world’s wild animal population has plunged 58% since 1970, the BBC reports. Researchers from the WWF and the Zoological Society of London warn that if current trends continue, two-thirds of the world’s wildlife will be gone by 2020. The finger points squarely at humans, who…

How An Indian Private Wildlife Sanctuary Is A Wake Up Call For A Water Crisis (Part 1/2)

June 30, 2016 |

Turning their 300 acres of former wasteland into what is now India’s largest private wildlife sanctuary wasn’t something Hawaii transplants Anil and Pamela Malhotra were doing just for fun. They wanted to make a bigger statement about India’s water situation – a concern with a domino effect on everyone, they say.
Forbes Real Time

Walrus ‘Hug’ Kills 2 at Wildlife Park

May 20, 2016 |

A tourist and trainer have died after a walrus “hug” at a wildlife park in China. A male tourist from northern China was reportedly taking videos of a walrus from a narrow walkway at Xixiajou Wildlife Park in Shandong Province when he accidentally fell in the walrus pool. A trainer…