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Carlos Vasquez Almazan
Long-Lost Salamander Rediscovered In Guatemalan Jungle
The "golden wonder" species had not been seen for more than four decades.
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Wild Sand Kittens Caught On Video Are Almost Too Cute To Be Real
But don't even think about trying to keep one as a pet.
Extremely Rare White Giraffe Spotted With Her Adorable Baby Calf In Kenya
"They were so close and extremely calm and seemed not disturbed by our presence."
Elusive Monkey With ‘Beatles-Style' Moptop Seen For The First Time In 80 Years
Primatologist Laura Marsh said she burst into tears when she first caught a glimpse of the Vanzolini bald-faced saki monkey in the Amazon.
An Endangered Gorilla Gave Birth And The Baby Photos Are Adorable
The Philadelphia Zoo welcomed the new baby on Friday.
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Stunning Photographs Show Kenyan Tribes Working To Save Baby Elephants
“We take care of the elephants, and the elephants are taking care of us.”
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Giraffes Are In Danger Of Extinction
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Last Saturday, more than a million people watched April the giraffe give birth via live-stream from a U.S. zoo, yet again
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Scientists Launch Global Quest To Track Down Long-Lost Species
“It’s a message of hope and opportunity," one project leader said.
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What It Looks Like When The Planet's Biggest Creature Gets Hungry
"It’s just an amazing sequence of events.”
At Least 15 Percent Of The World’s Tree Species Are Under Threat Of Extinction
More than 60,000 species are currently living. Many of them are in trouble, according to the world's first global trees database.
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Palm Oil Workers Investigated For Killing, Eating Endangered Orangutan
Slaughtering orangutans is a common crime on Borneo, but rarely prosecuted.
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Climate Change Is A Far Bigger Threat To Wildlife Than We Thought, Study Says
A new global analysis finds nearly half of threatened mammals are at risk, up from just 7 percent.
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More Than Half Of All Primates Are Nearing Extinction, New Study Says
"Unsustainable human activities" are behind most of the pressures on the primate species.
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Cheetahs Are Far Closer To Extinction Than We Realized
"We need to come back to the potential of cheetahs to coexist with people."
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Some Giraffes May Be Closer To Extinction Than You Realize
“Giraffes are the new whistleblower begging us for vigilance."
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