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LOUD ORGIES OF MEXICAN FISH COULD DEAFEN DOLPHINS SAY SCIENTISTS


An individual spawning Gulf corvina, say the researchers, utters a mating call resembling a really loud machine gun with multiple rapid sound pulses... READ MORE

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'A RECKONING FOR OUR SPECIES': THE PHILOSOPHER PROPHET OF THE ANTHROPOCENE


Conserving individual insect species piecemeal, as is done with most endangered mammals, is extremely difficult... READ MORE

14th December, 2017 14797

CHESTER ZOO SUCCESSFULLY BREEDS RARE CATALAN NEWT


The critically endangered species, also known as the wild Montseny newt, is from the Montseny mountain range in north-eastern Catalonia, about 60 miles 100km north of Barcelona... READ MORE

17th November, 2017 1143

BRITISH RESEARCHERS TRACE MYSTERY DEER SKIN BACK TO CHINA'S HAINAN


Pere David's deer is currently the only mammal species that is extinct in the wild but surviving in captivity... READ MORE

26th October, 2017 3872

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REVEALED: THE CRIMINALS MAKING MILLIONS FROM ILLEGAL WILDLIFE TRAFFICKING


Many iconic animals are heading toward extinction only 30,000 rhinos are alive today, 5 percent of the number four decades ago... READ MORE

26th September, 2016 11552

BEE INSPIRED WHY OSLO HAS PUT COLOGICAL RICHES AT THE HEART OF THE CITY


The Norwegian council for biodiversity Sabima has lobbied the government to provide a budget for farmers to maintain meadows and other ecologically important areas... READ MORE

27th August, 2017 1783

US LAUNCHES PLAN TO HALT DECLINE OF MONARCH BUTTERFLY


The Centre for Biological Diversity went to court last August to seek protection for the monarch under the endangered species act... READ MORE

9th February, 2015 1777

POLL REVEALS PUBLIC IGNORANCE ABOUT BEES


As Royal Mail launches new bee stamp set, half of British people cannot name a single bee species despite recognising the importance of the pollinators... READ MORE

18th August, 2015 1593

PLANT GENUS NAMED AFTER SIR DAVID ATTENBOROUGH


Solannona, a newly-identified plant in the genus Sirdavidia, named after David Attenborough... READ MORE

4th February, 2015 735

WILL ANIMALS OF THE FUTURE ONLY BE SAFE IN CAPTIVITY?


In the Maromizaha protected area, which is home to several different species of lemurs, we heard of occasional hostility towards people working to save the animals... READ MORE

3rd August, 2015 686

GORILLA SHOT DEAD AFTER BOY, 3, FALLS INTO ENCLOSURE AT CINCINNATI ZOO


Maynard said the zoo's Gorilla World area would be open as usual on Sunday... READ MORE

29th May, 2016 474

DNYR: THE CLIMATE CHANGE DENYING ROBOT INTERACTIVE


Introducing DNYR, the climate change denying robot who will ensure you still get your fill of all the robotic arguments climate deniers put out... READ MORE

12th December, 2015 405

VIDEO: WATCH A RHINO AND A LAMB MAKE FRIENDS AND PLAY TOGETHER


The video was filmed at the Hoedspruit Endangered Species Centre HESC in South Africa... READ MORE

20th October, 2014 303

FIRST REPORT OF ALL THE WORLD'S PLANTS FINDS 1 IN 5 SPECIES FACING EXTINCTION


Kew determined that each plant in the International Plant Names Index, had 2.7 different species names, on average... READ MORE

10th May, 2016 276

CONGO'S GIRAFFES BEING HUNTED INTO EXTINCTION -- FOR THEIR MEAT


In the Democratic Republic of Congo, giraffes are being trapped and killed in crude snares, attacked with machetes and felled by poisoned arrows or guns... READ MORE

22nd February, 2016 236

SCIENTISTS CLAIM TO HAVE SOLVED THE MYSTERY OF FEMALE ORGASM


We think the hormonal surge characterises a trait that we know as female orgasm in humans... READ MORE

2nd August, 2016 188

CLIMATE CHANGE COULD SEND VENOMOUS SNAKES SLITHERING NORTH


Researchers at the University of Kansas Biodiversity Institute used climate models to predict the ranges of more than 75 poisonous snake species across the Americas... READ MORE

8th March, 2016 166

ALLIGATORS FOUND FEASTING ON HUMAN REMAINS IN FLORIDA EVERGLADES, POLICE SAY


Authorities in South Florida are investigating after two alligators were discovered devouring a dead body on the edge of the Everglades... READ MORE

31st May, 2016 165

NEW ZEALAND ORDERS BIRD CULL AND SHOOTS THE WRONG ENDANGERED SPECIES


Four critically endangered birds have been accidentally shot dead after hunters mistook them for a pest species that was being culled in New Zealand... READ MORE

21st August, 2015 111


With poaching at such high levels, the conference will be a critical game-changer in rescuing what is left of the savannah elephants... READ MORE

21st September, 2016 109

ONE ASPIRING YOUNG PHOTOGRAPHER HOPES TO BE NAMED THE GRAND FINAL WINNER AT A NEW YORK GALA


Slideshow Top 10 photo finalists for World Wildlife Day... READ MORE

3rd March, 2017 99

GORILLA SHOT DEAD AT ZOO AFTER DRAGGING AROUND BOY (4) WHO FELL INTO ENCLOSURE


Mr Maynard said the gorilla did not appear to be attacking the child, but that it was an extremely strong animal in an agitated situation... READ MORE

29th May, 2016 43

HUNDREDS OF RARE TARANTULAS HATCH IN 'WORLD FIRST' AT CHESTER ZOO


The invertebrate keepers at the zoo are the first in the world to successfully breed the Montserrat tarantulas,... READ MORE

12th August, 2016 36

RECORD NUMBERS OF PORTUGUESE MAN O' WAR WASH UP ON CORNISH COAST


Perranporth beach in north Cornwall was temporary closed as a precaution due to the numbers found... READ MORE

12th September, 2017 5

ALL GLOBAL TRADE BANNED IN ENDANGERED PANGOLINS


Previously CITES allowed international trade in pangolins under strict conditions... READ MORE

9th October, 2016 4

COMPUTING CAN HELP SAVE THE KOALA BY PREDICTING WHERE THEY CAN SURVIVE


Understanding the distribution limits of a species is an old and fundamental problem in ecology... READ MORE

2nd June, 2016 3

ALTERING WILD GENE POOLS COULD STOP DISEASES, SAVE SPECIES -- BUT EVEN PROPONENTS URGE CAUTION


Another idea is to save endangered birds on the Hawaiian islands by releasing altered mosquitoes that cannot carry avian malaria... READ MORE

8th September, 2016 2

WORLD'S FIRST TEST-TUBE PUPPIES A BREAKTHROUGH DECADES IN THE MAKING


The first litter of puppies conceived through in vitro fertilization has been born, in a scientific breakthrough decades in the making, U.S. researchers an... READ MORE

10th December, 2015 1

LONDON ZOO BEGINS RESIDENT INVENTORY, COUNTING PENGUIN CHICKS, TIGER CUBS


New additions for the 2017 census include four Humboldt penguin chicks and Sumatran tiger cubs Achilles and Karis... READ MORE

4th January, 2017 1

CHINA COMMITTED TO PROTECTION OF ENDANGERED SPECIES


China committed to protection of endangered species official... READ MORE

27th September, 2016 0

GERMAN SPELUNKER DISCOVERS EUROPE'S FIRST CAVE FISH


A German man who goes diving underground for a hobby has discovered what scientists say is Europe's first known cave fish... READ MORE

4th April, 2017 0

LONDON ZOO GETS CREATIVE FOR ITS ANNUAL WEIGH-IN[1]


London Zoo gets creative for its annual weigh-in 1 - Chinadaily.com.cn... READ MORE

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