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New research reveals these 20 Australian reptiles are set to disappear...

Hayley Geyle, Charles Darwin University and David Chapple, Monash University Action came too late for the Christmas Island forest skink, despite early warnings of significant...

Trump greenlights drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, but will...

Scott L. Montgomery, University of Washington The Trump administration has announced that it is opening up the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to oil and gas...

Can Asia end its uncontrolled consumption of wildlife? Here’s how North...

Roland Kays, North Carolina State University It was a dark time for animals. Poaching was rampant. Wild birds and mammals were being slaughtered by the...

“>Endangered tigers face growing threats from an Asian road-building boom

Neil Carter, University of Michigan Tigers are one of the world’s most iconic wild species, but today they are endangered throughout Asia. They once roamed...

It’s OK to feed wild birds – here are some tips...

Julian Avery, Pennsylvania State University Millions of Americans enjoy feeding and watching backyard birds. Many people make a point of putting food out in winter,...

Animals large and small once covered North America’s prairies – and...

Joel Berger, Colorado State University and Jon Beckmann, University of Nevada, Reno In the grip of winter, the North American prairies can look deceptively barren....

As Arctic ship traffic increases, narwhals and other unique animals are...

Donna Hauser, University of Alaska Fairbanks; Harry Stern, University of Washington, and Kristin Laidre, University of Washington Most Americans associate fall with football and raking...

Restocking wolves on Isle Royale raises questions about which species get...

Mark Neuzil, University of St. Thomas and Eric Freedman, Michigan State University Isle Royale is one of the most remote U.S. national parks. It stretches...

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Fossil collecting should be for everyone – not just academics

By Gareth Dyke, University of Southampton Almost all natural history museums and recognised public collections of fossils have in the past relied on finds purchased...