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Rare Kissing Octopus Unveiled For the First Time
Half of Africa's Lions May Go Extinct in 40 Years
Gray Whale Recovery Fuels Whalewatching Success
Penguins Wear a Shield of Cold Air in Winter
Enormous Prehistoric Camel Roamed Arctic
Africa 'Hemmorhaging Elephants' at Record Rate
Bugs Make Art: Photos
Nearly 3,000 Wild Great Apes Stolen Each Year
Bulldog Accidentally Shoots Owner
Nut-Cracking Monkeys Show Human-Like Skills
U.S. Judge Labels Anti-whaling Group 'Pirates'
Shark Relative Had Buzz Saw Mouth
Food Stamps, Now for Pets
Big Birds Sing Like Barry White
Is Pollution Shrinking Otter Penises?
Vampire Bats Suck Blood of Baby Penguins
Spidey Silk Can Actually Halt a Train

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Seafood samples had no elevated contaminant levels from oil spill, study shows
Telling the time of day by color
Impacts of Gulf oil spill on marine organisms on Gulf coast
Bacterial flora of remote tribespeople carries antibiotic resistance genes
Invasive parasitic fly on Galapagos Islands probably came from mainland Ecuador
How to develop healthy eating habits in a child: Start early and eat your vegetables
Stomach ulcers in cattle: Bacteria play only a minor role
Evolution puts checks on virgin births
Bioenergy: Genetics of wood formation
Expanding rubber plantations 'catastrophic' for endangered species in Southeast Asia
Model offers more ease, precision for managing invasive Asian carp
Maize roots have evolved to be more nitrogen efficient
160 people die of rabies every day, says major new study
Repeated marine predator evolution tracks changes in ancient and Anthropocene oceans
Diversity is key to stability, grassland study finds
Major advance in artificial photosynthesis poses win/win for the environment
Fish type, body size can help predict nutrient recycling rates
Could maple syrup help cut use of antibiotics?
Morphing octopuses have unique way to control their 'odd' forms
Studying how climate affects biodiversity
New research sheds light on how popular probiotic benefits the gut
Difficult to break the soda habit? Sugar-sweetened beverages suppress body's stress response
New mouse model for the study of neurofibromatosis
Research identifies barriers in tracking meals and what foodies want
Mushrooms boost immunity, suggests research
Critically endangered monkey photographed in Congos newest national park, Ntokou-Pikounda
Wildfires emit more greenhouse gases than assumed in California climate targets
Rainforest protection akin to speed limit control
Flourishing faster: How to make trees grow bigger and quicker
Eight nutrients to protect the aging brain
The difference between 'Use-By' 'Sell-By' and 'Best-By' dates
BPA can disrupt sexual function in turtles, could be a warning for environmental health
Gene in high-altitude cattle disease sheds light on human lung disease
Dwindling bird populations in Fukushima
Frog uses different strategies to escape ground, air predators
Perceptions of environmental damage improves over time, despite lack of real change
Discovery of new plant switch could boost crops, biofuel production
Longest mammal migration raises questions about distinct species of whales
Low-dose BPA exposure affects fertility in next three generations of mice
Researchers can trace dust samples using fungal DNA
Diversity in a monoculture
Select groundcover management systems found viable for organically managed apple orchard
40 million-year-old family tree of baleen whales
Plant oils used for novel bio-based plastics
Optimal substrate moisture content determined for high-quality bedding plants
A beggars banquet: Carrion crow chicks sit back while cuckoo chick does all the begging
Canine influenza: Veterinarian explains what every dog owner should know about disease
Millions of liters of juice from one grapefruit
Use of insects in animal feed seen as favorable by farmers, sector and consumers
Female chimps more inclined to use tools when hunting
Increased atmospheric carbon dioxide limits soil storage
Bone eating worms dined on marine reptile carcasses
3-D printing blossoms into powerful new tool for ecologists
Study puts a price on the help nature provides to agriculture
Infectious ants become antisocial
Five days of eating fatty foods can alter how your body's muscle processes food
Hippos: The life force of African rivers
Ancient herbal therapy can prevent -- and reverse -- cardiac hypertrophy in mice
Seeing the unseen: PET/CT scans reveal worms' hidden life
New Mesoamerican pine beetle described by scientists

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Spotted owl could be designated 'endangered'
Wildlife Officials Warn Floridians Not to Throw Baby Tortoises Into the Sea
Volunteer pilots help doomed dogs land new chance at life
Imperiled Gulf of Mexico whales eyed for federal protection
Groups sue U.S. to halt killing of grizzlies near Yellowstone
After 2,000 years, Easter lamb falling off the menu in Italy?
Western governors tout sage grouse conservation efforts
From drug estate to animal sanctuary: Honduras's reborn zoo
Virtual Reality for Dogs Announced
Exclusive Photos: See Why Dancing's Michael and Peta Are the Goofiest Pair
Animal shelters let kids cozy up to pets at summer camps
Heave, ho: Elephants rescue 18-wheeler stranded on Louisiana road
Lombardy, the new Caspian for caviar
Washington goose poop prompts officials maybe to let the dogs out
PETA Claims Warner Bros. 'Harry Potter' Studio Tour Mistreats Owls
As Forests Burn, Conservationists Launch Global Wildlife Rescue (Op-Ed)
Poachers slaughter 30 elephants in DR Congo
Humans Butchered Elephants 500,000 Years Ago, Ancient Tool Suggests
Czechs deploy wild horses from Britain to save biodiversity
Dozen whales die after Australia stranding
Sri Lanka promotes former general who defeated Tigers to field marshal
Nevada wildlife managers reject ban on coyote-hunting contests
Green sea turtles recover in Florida, Mexico
Dogs by the hour: Japan offers pet rental service
French court clears foie gras producer of cruelty
Costumed 'goose' thanks Prince Charles in front of White House
Tiger meat, bear paws openly available in Laos: NGO
Pumped-up India braced for Tigers challenge
Mystery of Darwin's strange South American mammals solved
Nevada lawmaker wants medical marijuana for pets
AP PHOTOS: Baja peninsula features whales, exotic preserves
Nevada bill would allow sick pets to use medical marijuana
South Dakota reservation rounds up feral dogs after fatal attack
Florida manatee population shows signs of recovery, maybe
Botswana MPs want wildlife hunting ban lifted ahead of talks
2,000 snow geese die from illness in Idaho wildlife areas
Tigers' fans roam in Black Caps' home
San Diego Zoo Turns Off Panda Cam for Mating Time
Flying cars, robot petting zoo: It's South by Southwest time
Police dogs laid to rest in their own cemetery in California

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State Fair Goes To The Dogs
Pet Blog: Pet-A-Palooza!
Pet Blog: Spotlight On Mike Binkleys Dog Coach
Pet Blog: Beer With Your Buddy
Pet Blog: Watching Your Pet While Away
MN Company Invents Video Chat For Pets
Pick-A-Side: Which Is Your Favorite Dog Breed?
Dogs & Owners Feeling The Burn Together
Dog Takes Up Motherly Duties For Abandoned Kitten
Pick-A-Side: Which Is The Cutest Puppy?
Be A Part Of Pet-A-Palooza!
A Chubby Pet Could Be A Big Problem
Free, Low-Cost Spay And Neuter Surgeries For Mpls. Pets
The Secrets Of Dog Communication
A Guide To A Family Friendly St. Patricks Day
Family Guide To Discovering Downtown St. Paul

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Wildlife Extra News :
The Great Cuckoo Race is won - but not by Dudley!
Pippa Middleton admits eating whale meat in newspaper column
One in 10 bee species faces extinction
The world's largest marine reserve given green light
International Fund for Animal Welfare supports endangered wildlife art exhibition
Captive bred rare sturgeon released into the wild in China
Double the sightings of common dolphins in the Hebrides
Bookmakers lay odds on arrival of tagged cuckoos
Distinctive genitals indicate new monkey species in Tibet

last update: April 18, 2015 04:35
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Japan's 'scientific whaling' fail
Warmer Waters Threaten Future of Traditional Fish and Chips
New strategy will help save declining ape population
Mercury levels in Arctic birds found increasing over the past 130 years
Neonicotinoids Responsible for Pollinator Declines Worldwide
City Ants love Junk Food - but then again, who doesn't?
US-protected lands mismatch biodiversity priorities

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