Climate Change Makes for Dangerous Predatory Interaction

Climate Change Makes for Dangerous Predatory Interaction

Warming temperatures and a shifting climate are not only affecting humans, but may be producing serious ramifications within the animal kingdom as well — resulting in a threatening territory overlap of predatory species.  Researchers have recently...

Our Oceans are Changing Rapidly. Here’s How.

Our Oceans are Changing Rapidly. Here’s How.

Conservationists do a lot to protect terrestrial wilderness areas and animals, but when it comes to the marine world, it can be out of sight and out of mind. There are different factors...

Toxins in Polar Bears are 1,000X Acceptable Level in Humans

Toxins in Polar Bears are 1,000X Acceptable Level in Humans

Polar bears just can’t seem to catch a break. Whether it’s rising global temperatures or loss of habitat, the life of a polar bear is no easy feat. Unfortunately for our furry friends,...

On Assignment: Poaching Making Tuskless Elephants More Common

On Assignment: Poaching Making Tuskless Elephants More Common

Fewer African animals are more iconic than elephants. Lumbering across the scorching savannas and plodding through the thirsty forests, these mammals are the biggest terrestrial animals on Earth, and their physical features set...

World’s Tiniest Elephants Exterminated for Ivory Trade

World’s Tiniest Elephants Exterminated for Ivory Trade

While African elephants have long been the focus of the global ivory crisis, the Asian elephant population is garnering increasing interest — resulting in the death of some of the world’s tiniest elephants....

Climate Change Is Making This Fish Reproduce Differently

Climate Change Is Making This Fish Reproduce Differently

Image: Mike Pennington One of Alaska’s most abundant species of fish is modifying its breeding patterns as a result of climate change, according to a recent study from the University of Washington. The three-spined...

Why Do Dolphins And Whales Mass Strand?

Why Do Dolphins And Whales Mass Strand?

It seems like every few weeks there is a new account of a mass stranding. In one of the most recent cases, more than 90 false killer whales were spotted by the U.S....

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