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The Troubles of a Name: North Chinese Leopard

The North Chinese Leopard, known by its scientific name Panthera pardus japonensis, is classified as an endangered species by the International Union for Conservation...

Drone Cam: 64,000 Green Sea Turtles Migrating

Drone footage of 64,000 green sea turtles migrating en masse to Raine Island in Australia is captivating internet users around the world. The video is...

Do You Need to Be Afraid of Murder Hornets?

The United States is already reeling from the consequences caused by the CCP coronavirus. Now, people are frightened over a new threat – "murder hornets."...

Researchers Discover a Gene in Honey Bees That Causes Virgin Birth

Reversions to asexual reproduction are rare in nature. Asexual birth, in the Cape honey bee, may be the first time that the genetic basis...

‘Murder Hornets’ Add Bite to Bee Population Worries

‘Murder hornets’ have entered the North American landscape and lexicon with horror-film imagery. Vespa mandarina – also known as Asian giant hornets – are thumb-sized carnivores...

Illegal Wildlife Trade In The US: Bears and Crocodiles Are Popular

More than ever, American buyers are on the hunt for illegal wildlife and wild animal parts. Research from the University of Copenhagen has demonstrated...

One of the World’s Oldest and Largest Fish Is Now Extinct

Chinese paddlefish, which reached up to 23 feet in length, have become extinct according to a recent paper published in the journal Science of...

Mystery of How Early Animals Survived Ice Age Unraveled

How did life survive the most severe ice age? A McGill University-led research team has found the first direct evidence that glacial meltwater provided...

Chinese Egret: A Threatened Species From East Asia

The Chinese egret, also known as Swinhoe’s egret, is a class of egret birds that have been grouped as a threatened species in East...

11 Elephants Plunge to Their Deaths in Thailand

In a tragic accident, 11 elephants recently died at Thailand’s Khao Yai National Park after they fell into the Haew Narok Waterfall. This is...

Australian Creatures Are Celebrated for Their Oddness: Here’s Another

Australian creatures like the echidna and the koala are celebrated for their oddness. The fossil record shows that these oddities reach far back into...

Snow Leopards Of China: The Fine Solitary Hunter

According to estimates, there are only about 4,500 to 7,000 snow leopards left in the wild. China is believed to be home to 60...

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