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These Fish Are Leaving the Sea to Walk on Land

These Fish Are Leaving the Sea to Walk on Land

Blenny fish highlight their most recent evolutionary adaptation — transitioning to live out of water on to land in order to escape formidable aquatic predators. More than thirty other species of fish have undergone this...

New Ruling Allows Rhino Horns to be Sold Legally in South Africa

New Ruling Allows Rhino Horns to be Sold Legally in South Africa

The constitutional courts in South Africa have decided to lift the ban on domestic trade of rhino horns — allowing for them to be legally exchanged throughout the country. A ban on international trade remains...

Miraculous Discovery of New Tiger Population in Thailand

Miraculous Discovery of New Tiger Population in Thailand

A recent survey has revealed a new breeding population of Indochinese tigers — offering rare hope to a gravely endangered species.  Camera traps situated in the Eastern Forest Complex of prominent UNESCO World Heritage Site Dong Phayayen-Khao Yai...

First-Ever Panther Kittens Seen North of Florida River

First-Ever Panther Kittens Seen North of Florida River

Last year a female panther crossed the Caloosahatchee River in Florida into the previously separated northern habitat, making for the first crossing in decades and a remarkable step in the conservation of the species — and...

The Newly Discovered Fluorescent “Techno Toad”

The Newly Discovered Fluorescent “Techno Toad”

This psychedelic-looking frog is a real species — recently discovered off the Atlantic coast of South America.  Atelopus includes a large genus of toads, more commonly referred to as harlequin toads or stubfoot toads....

“Ugliest Fish” in the Sea Thrives 2,000 Feet Below the Waves

“Ugliest Fish” in the Sea Thrives 2,000 Feet Below the Waves

Beneath the deepest ocean depths a variety of bizarre and frightening creatures lurk, but perhaps none so visually unappealing as the blobfish. Some creatures like the anglerfish boast glowing lures and massive teeth. Others,...

Rare Rediscovery of ‘Extinct’ Ancient Wild Dogs

Rare Rediscovery of ‘Extinct’ Ancient Wild Dogs

The presumed ‘extinct’ New Guinea Highland Wild Dog was recently captured on camera traps in a remote mountainous region far from the reaches of humankind. Scattered reports and unconfirmed photographs have left scientists...

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