By: Charles Choi, LiveScience Contributor
Published: 02/27/2012 03:06 PM EST on LiveScience
In ancient times, when woolly mammoths and cave bear...
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Is it a large black cat, a panther, a coyote? Whatever form it takes, there's a wild animal stalking a Davie neighborhood.
"This thing is huge," ho...
Cutting Wildlife Services' budget for the lethal control of carnivores is a win-win proposition for wildlife and the federal budget.
A coyote that was spotted running down State Street early Monday may be in the Loop on assignment: to help keep the city's rodent population at bay.
Tomorrow coyotes throughout Nova Scotia will be snared and trapped in a government-sponsored bounty spree. The killing will pay $20 per coyote pelt with the intent of reducing the population.
Over 120,000 native carnivores -- including coyotes, wolves, bobcats, badgers, foxes, and bears -- are killed every year by Wildlife Services, largely at the behest of corporate agribusiness interests.
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