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#BC program asking public for help in diagnosing moose tick problem - CTV News: CTV News BC program asking public for help in diagnosing…

program asking public for help in diagnosing moose tick problem - CTV News: CTV News BC program asking public for help in diagnosing…

7, 2005 photo released by National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows a humpback whale diving among an aggregation of short-tailed shearwaters in Cape Cheerful, near Unalaska, Alaska. The federal government is proposing removing most of the world's humpback whale population from the endangered species list. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries announced on Monday, April 20, 2015 that they want to reclassify humpbacks into 14 distinct populations, and remove 10…

4 Easy, Delicious Vegetarian Recipes to Try at Home

A humpback whale dives among an aggregation of short-tailed shearwaters at Cape Cheerful, Unalaska.

Here's How Frozen Alligators Survived Last Week's Winter Blast | HuffPost

Here's How Frozen Alligators Survived Last Week's Winter Blast

A viral video of alligators frozen in an icy pond at North Carolina’s Shallotte River Swamp Park has been the talk of social media, with many people wondering whether coldblooded crocodilians can survive in brutally cold temperatures.

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Black kites foraging near a fire

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Feathered Dinosaurs and the Origin of Flight exhibit at San Diego Natural History Museum

(Ricky Scaparo) A very interesting story is coming out of Thirteen bald eagles that were found dead at a Maryland-area farm over the weekend and federal au

A bald eagle mass murder? The US Fish and Wildlife Service says it has tested 13 bald eagles found dead near a Maryland farm last month and concluded that they were killed by humans, NBC News reports. US News Summaries.

U.S. Wildlife Is Increasingly Being Managed as Private Livestock—and It's Creating a Disease Epidemic | Alternet  (CWD)

Wildlife Is Increasingly Being Managed as Private Livestock—and It's Creating a Disease Epidemic

Some sources insist that most birds affected by an oil spill will die prematurely, even if they’ve been carefully cleaned. Two experts weigh in on why the effort of treating oiled animals is still worthwhile.

Some sources insist that most birds affected by an oil spill will die prematurely, even if they’ve been carefully cleaned. Two experts weigh in on why the effort of treating oiled animals is still worthwhile.

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zasu: by Chet Phillips “In order to keep a true perspective of one’s importance, everyone should have a dog that will worship him and a cat that will ignore him.

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We kill millions of “pest” animals each year, without the science to justify it.

*"Fungal disease poses global threat to snakes." By Matt McGrath,  environment correspondent. http://www.bbc.com/news/science.  I know some of you don't like snakes just like I don't like fly's, but   they're God creatures you know.

Fungal Disease Could Threaten Snakes On A Global Scale - Gizmodo Australia: Gizmodo Australia Brutal Fungal Disease Could Threaten…

No Arctic drilling

Shell's plans have been exposed. They have decided to join forces with Russian oil company, Gazprom and attempt to drill the Russian Arctic. The Russian.

Opossums: The Unsung Heroes Against Lyme Disease And Other Tick-Borne Diseases. Opossums can kill over 5000 ticks in a week, preventing countless cases of Lyme disease.

are reporting record populations of ticks and increasing tick-borne disease transmission, like Lyme disease, but clearing your yard of these blood suckers might be only one .

winter ticks exact heavy toll on new england moose

Ticks are killing 70 percent of moose calves across Maine, N.H. - The Boston Globe

Ticks are killing 70 percent of moose calves across Maine, N.

2015 Was Hottest Year in Historical Record, Scientists Say

Zoo animals require care that emphasizes their welfare if people want them to have long lives like Colo, the gorilla that just died at 60 in Ohio.

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