Tag: "wildlife preservation"

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With Warming Climate Polar Bears more Vulnerable to Disease Pathogens

Global Warming and shrinking habitat are already some of the challenges Polar bears are facing in today’s world and now, to make their life tougher, a study has revealed how warmer climates could make these animals more vulnerable to an array of pathogens and infections.

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Scientists Confirm: Salmon Use Magnetism to Find Their Way Home

Scientists have long theorized that salmon use magnetism to find their way home, but there’s never been any evidence to prove this theory true – until now. According to scientists from Oregon State University in Corvallis, their recent study confirms that salmon really are using the Earth’s magnetic field to navigate their way home to spawn each year.

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Baby Black Rhino Marks Another Success for Aspinall Foundation

The Aspinall Foundation, a conservation charity that stives to release as many animals born in their parks back into the wild, has had yet another successful birth at one of their parks: a baby black rhino. Born to first-time mom, Nyasa, the baby is now the 33rd birth for the Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, […]

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Mekong Area Home to Thousands of Newly Discovered Species, Biodiversity Awareness Needed

Throughout most of the world, the list of endangered animals continues to grow, year after year. Many animals are now extinct. Even more teeter on the brink of extinction. But there is one place in the world where every two days, a new, undiscovered species is found – the Greater Mekong Area.