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This stubby little guy must've been on his way to audition for the Muppets when a team of scientists found his hiding place.

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The largest population of mountain gorillas in the world has grown to four times the size of its once-dwindling number, as poaching has become...

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Why did the wildlife cross the interstate? Because it had a lush landscaped bridge to do so. On Tuesday, Washington State Department of Transportation crews...

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The illegal ivory trade in China was delivered two major blows last month when the state government and the country’s largest social media platform...

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The majestic humpback whales have something else to sing about. Thanks to the banning of commercial whaling nearly 50 years ago and vigorous conservation efforts,...

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For decades, the decline of sharks – sought for their fins and meat – has been staggering. But bans on finning and new attitudes...

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A rare monkey not seen for nearly half a century and thought to be extinct has been spotted by two primatologists working in a...

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Academy Award-winning actor, musician and director Jared Leto was this month named WWF Global Ambassador to bring attention to wildlife poaching across Africa and...

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Google Founder Eric Schmidt and his wife, who have already invested both time and money in ocean health issues, presented a $10 million gift...

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An extremely rare type of whale has been saved from almost certain death thanks to a training program for Pakistani tuna fishermen. The February 10...

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Excited Yosemite National Park officials yesterday reported the first confirmed sighting of a rare Sierra Nevada red fox in the park in nearly 100...

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"The bald eagle population, once so decimated by the pesticide DDT that only a single pair nested in New Jersey, is on the rebound,"...

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In the last eight years India has seen their tiger population increase more than 36 percent according to a new tiger census. The Status of...

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On Thanksgiving Day 30 years ago, a whale in distress was freed from a heavy, dragging mass of fishing gear in the icy waters...

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A UK conservationist who raised a pair of Western lowland gorillas in Kent, England went looking for them eleven years after they were reintroduced...

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"With its natural habitat mostly gone, one of North America's rarest songbirds has found a surprising workaround: It's thriving in the industrial pine plantations...

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Countries fishing the Eastern Pacific Ocean for bluefin tuna have heeded scientific advice agreeing to almost halve their fishing quotas for the prized but...

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Florida voters have overwhelmingly passed a measure that designates billions of dollars to conservation efforts over the next 20 years, without raising taxes. The Water...
galapogos tortoise descended from parents thought to be extinct

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"Where once there were 15, now more than 1,000 giant tortoises lumber around Espanola, one of the Galapagos Islands," reports the BBC. After 40 years'...

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Two species of prairie butterflies which have vanished from many areas of the midwestern United States have been granted protection under the Endangered Species...