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U.S. Proposal to Ban Cross-Border Polar Bear Trades Denied

Since probably the dawn of time, humans have hunted animals for “useful” parts. Their meat, eaten. Their skins, used for blankets, clothing and even shelter. Their bones, at one time, were used to make useful items like utensils.

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Rare Wild Cats Sighted in Southern Arizona

It is common enough to see a mountain lion in Southern Arizona, but recent sightings of rare wild cats like the Jaguar and the Ocelot has surprised locals as well as wildlife experts.

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Polar Bear Cub Rescued from Alaskan Oil Field, Now Needs a Home

Staff from the Alaska Zoo and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service rescued an orphaned polar bear cub at an Alaska oil field on Friday.  The zoo is currently caring for the 4 month old cub but is looking for another zoo as her permanent home because of space constraints. The polar bear cub was first […]