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Sammy is a wildlife-loving Environmental Scientist and Conservationist, traveler, photographer, and adventure seeker. She's been all over the US and across the world to study and work with wildlife. She wants to save the world.

The 6 Biggest Crocs Ever Recorded

The 6 Biggest Crocs Ever Recorded

Crocodiles are one of the most impressive predators in existence, and we’ve located the largest ever recorded. The people of Niger River were losing people rapidly. They called in the army-which shot this...

China Reports Largest-Ever Trafficking Bust of Pangolin Scales

China Reports Largest-Ever Trafficking Bust of Pangolin Scales

5,000 to 7,500 pangolins must have been killed to produce the amount of scales seized this month in Shanghai. https://t.co/T98XCqnEnP — NPR (@NPR) December 28, 2016 Chinese customs just discovered a colossal illegal...

Cheetahs Headed Toward Extinction, Humans to Blame

Cheetahs Headed Toward Extinction, Humans to Blame

A recent report just revealed that there are only 7,100 cheetahs left on the planet. The study, which was published in PNAS, states that world’s fastest mammal is headed towards in extinction mainly...

The Most Massive Superstorms of the Last Century

The Most Massive Superstorms of the Last Century

Nature is both beautiful and devastating; Mother Nature could wipe us off the planet in a matter of minutes. While all storms are disastrous in some capacity, these in particular are truly remarkable....

The Most Bizarre Documented Animal Mutations

The Most Bizarre Documented Animal Mutations

Mutations are absolutely necessary for the evolution of species; however, some significant mutations can end up being detrimental to the existence of an individual. Here, we share some of the most shocking mutations...

This Crocodilian is Nearly Extinct, and Most Don’t Even Know it Exists

This Crocodilian is Nearly Extinct, and Most Don’t Even Know it Exists

The gharial, also known as the gavial, is an extremely rare fish-eating crocodile — only about 235 individuals remain in the wild. This unique crocodilian is native to the northern part of the Indian...

Wildlife Getting Sicker, Humans to Blame

Wildlife Getting Sicker, Humans to Blame

Wild animals are getting sicker and humans are to blame. The World Organization for Animal Health has long been studying the human-animal health connection, publicly sparked in 2011 by a Global Conference on...

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