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This tangled deer might have died if it wasn't able to escape from a wire fence. Luckily, a compassionate hunter spotted it from his car.

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On military training ranges, troops practice firing artillery shells, dropping bombs on old tanks, and testing the capacity of new weapons. These explosives and munitions...

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Since the plastic bag tax has been introduced to the United Kingdom, there have been 40% less plastic bags per 100 meters of beach.

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The Alaska Airlines flight from Seattle to Washington D.C. on Monday was powered with a blend of bio fuel, cutting the flight's carbon footprint by 50-80%.

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It's estimated that up to 30% of seafood is actually something other than what is listed on the menu or label – but that might be better for the earth.

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Tim Sweeney has just given the largest conservation easement made by a private citizen in the history of North Carolina.

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Environmental surveys taken over the last twenty years have shown an exciting drop of 19% mercury content in Atlantic bluefin tuna.

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This sweet little birds will now be able to safely travel from their nests to the coast without the danger of tourists or traffic.

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In 1992, there were only about 20 pairs of golden eagles left in the UK – but now Scotland is the home to over 500.

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In an effort to preserve the woodland titans, the Birr Castle Gardens in Ireland will plant the largest patch of redwoods outside of California.

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