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Satellites could be a promising tool for tracking Arctic wildlife on the ground, a new study suggests.
Borneo's big muddy rivers, warm shaggy jungles, monsoonal rains, time and isolation have all made it evolution's wonderland. Take a tour of one of the richest places on Earth.
From uncovering the graceful dances of fiddler crabs to innovating for the study of fish anatomy, women trailblazers helped guide conservation research in the last century.
Women conservationists in developing nations face obstacles, societal and otherwise, that make their accomplishments even more profound.
The American crocodile is a dangerous animal, but that doesn't prevent women from helping lead their conservation.
A rising star in marine conservation tells how she gave up her muddy boots for a scuba suit to protect coastal fisheries in Fiji.
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