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Digital sound archives can bring extinct birds (briefly) back to life

Hannah Hunter, Queen's University, Ontario When people think of extinct animals, they may picture taxidermy, skeletons, 19th-century illustrations or...

Zoos and aquariums shift to a new standard of ‘animal welfare’...

Michael J. Renner, Drake University In 1980 I visited the zoo in a major U.S. city and found row after row of bare concrete...

Mexican communities manage their local forests, generating benefits for humans, trees...

David Bray, Florida International University The United Nations is preparing to host pivotal conferences in the coming months on...

A century after the Appalachian Trail was proposed, millions hike it...

Charles C. Chester, Brandeis University The Appalachian Trail, North America’s most famous hiking route, stretches over 2,189 mountainous miles...

How would planting 8 billion trees every year for 20 years...

Karen D. Holl, University of California, Santa Cruz Curious Kids is a series for children...

A century after the Appalachian Trail was proposed, millions hike it...

Charles C. Chester, Brandeis University The Appalachian Trail, North America’s most famous hiking route, stretches over 2,189 mountainous miles...

Giant sea bass are thriving in Mexican waters – scientific research...

Arturo Ramírez-Valdez, University of California San Diego I was looking at the seafloor, focused on identifying fish species as...

Don’t hike so close to me: How the presence of humans...

Jeremy Dertien, Clemson University ; Courtney Larson, University of Wyoming, and Sarah Reed, Colorado State University Millions of Americans...

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Emotional support animals can endanger the public and make life harder...

Deni Elliott, University of South Florida In 2017, Marlin Jackson boarded a cross-country flight. When he got to his row, another passenger was already in...