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Conservation efforts are starting to pay off for unique tree-climbing lions in Uganda's Queen Elizabeth National Park, says one conservationist.
Scientists from the Wildlife Conservation Society are trying to help wolverines find a new foothold in the rugged terrain of the Colorado Rockies.
Conservationists are using bats' echolocation abilities to help track these mammals, as many of them succumb to white nose syndrome.
Scientists are equipping the endangered wolverine with accelerometers to track them in the wild.
The recent eruption of COVID-19 near a "wet market" in Wuhan, China, calls our attention to a phenomenon captured by a word increasingly becoming commonplace: zoonosis.
I, a crocodile scientist, am a woman in conservation. And here's why we need more women in this field.
The remoteness and weak law enforcement in Bahia San Blas, a major nursery for several shark species, has led to a significant loss of these sharks.
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