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Young Narwhal Adopted By Totally Chill Beluga Whale Pod
"It's a like a big social ball of young juveniles that are playing some social, sexual games," one Canadian whale expert said.
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Hundreds Of Dolphins Dash Past California Coast In Magical Video Of 'Superpod'
Seeing this many dolphins move together is mesmerizing.
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Animals Are Smart. Are Humans Holding Them Back?
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For centuries, animals’ capacity for human-like behavior went unnoticed. Now we know they’re more like us than we thought, but we’re still not sure how to act.
5-Pound Dog Dies Protecting Human Family From Bear
The brave toy poodle is remembered as a hero.
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Kindly Stop Inviting Wild Raccoons Into Your Homes
Honestly, we shouldn't have to tell you this.
Más Mejor Comedy Showcase: Rojo Perez Sneaks Into The Zoo
Comedian Rojo Perez’s trip to the zoo takes an unexpected turn.
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Muja The Alligator Looks Pretty Good For Being In His 80s
By Reuters Staff, Reuters
The world's oldest gator has been at the Belgrade Zoo since the beginning of World War II.
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Grieving Orca Whale Releases Dead Calf After More Than Two Weeks
Tahlequah, whose newborn died on July 24, was spotted swimming without her calf's body on Saturday.
Rescue Teams Continue Unprecedented Effort To Save Young Sick Orca
A Friday mission to feed the orca failed, but food delivery will be attempted again.
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Trump Administration Lifts Ban On GMOs, Bee-Killing Chemicals In Wildlife Refuges
The Defenders of Wildlife CEO called the decision to scrap the Obama-era policy “an insult to our national wildlife refuges and the wildlife that rely on them.”
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Polar Bear Killed After Attacking Cruise Ship Worker In Arctic
The injuries aren't life-threatening for the man who was taking passengers to shore for a tour.
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Only Rhino To Survive Disastrous Relocation Project Gets Attacked By Lions
By Tiisetso Motsoeneng, Reuters
Ten out of 11 black rhinos moved to a Kenyan park last month died because of stress and salty drinking water.
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Brett Kavanaugh’s First Potential SCOTUS Case Could Devastate These Critically Endangered Frogs
By Jackie Flynn Mogensen, Mother Jones
And could threaten more than 100 species protected under the Endangered Species Act.
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Tragic Photos Of Sea Turtle Stuck In Beach Chair Are A Reminder To Pick Up Your Stuff
Abandoned objects can be deadly for the endangered animals.
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Criminal Probe Launched Into Death Of Great White Shark In California
Officials aren't revealing the cause of death of the 9-foot juvenile male that washed up on Monterey Bay beach.
Whale Found In Thailand Dies From Eating Over 80 Plastic Bags
Rescuers unsuccessfully tried to nurse the male pilot whale back to health.
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The Latest Entries From The Comedy Wildlife Photo Awards Will Cheer You Up
These goofy animals are just like us.
Cougar Kills Mountain Biker In Washington State, Injures Companion
Wildlife officials quickly tracked and killed the animal believed to have attacked the men.
Nearly 1,400 Sharks Spotted In Mysterious Gathering Off East Coast
A series of aerial photographs found the largest congregation of basking sharks ever reported.
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It Turns Out Puffins Have Fluorescent Beaks That Glow Under UV Light
Special puffin "sunglasses" are in the works to help researchers study the phenomenon on birds in the wild.
This Sperm Whale Was Found Dead With 64 Pounds Of Trash In Its Digestive System
Plastic bags, ropes, fishing nets and a drum were all found lodged inside the juvenile off the coast of southeast Spain.
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Paddleboarder Critically Injured In Shark Attack Near Hawaii Beach
The victim suffered severe injuries to his right hand and leg.
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Foe Of Endangered Species Act Lands Gig Overseeing — You Guessed It — Wildlife
It's like “appointing an arsonist as the town fire marshal," said one conservationist.
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Sea Turtles Use Their Flippers Like Clunky, Adorable Arms To Obtain Food, Study Finds
Scientists observed turtles using flippers for digging, rolling stuff and swiping at prey.
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This German Teen Is Leading A Global Plan To Plant A Trillion Trees
By John Vidal, On assignment for HuffPost
Felix Finkbeiner, 19, has already planted 15 billion saplings.
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