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After 60 million years of extreme living, seabirds are crashing » Focusing on Wildlife

After 60 million years of extreme living, seabirds are crashing A new study finds that the world’s seabird populations have plummeted by almost in just 60 years.

Living Alongside Wildlife: The Animals That Went Extinct in 2016

It's a tradition here at Living Alongside Wildlife to gather in one place a summary of all the animals that went extinct in the previous.

Palau to ban commercial fishing and become a marine sanctuary "roughly the size of France"

Palau to ban commercial fishing and become a marine sanctuary "roughly the size of France"

More Snow Leopards Poached, Even as Bold Plan Fights Decline           On the eve of International Snow Leopard Day, there’s good news and bad news for the secretive big cats of Central Asia.

More Snow Leopards Poached, Even as Bold Plan Fights Decline On the eve of International Snow Leopard Day, there’s good news and bad news for the secretive big cats of Central Asia.

Poachers and Illegal Loggers Beware: Now Whistleblowers Can Bring You Down

A new online tool hopes to use publicly submitted information to crush illegal wildlife and forestry crimes.

[Sightings of Critically Endangered Baby Rhinos Raises Hope for the Species] * * CARE2-SEE VIDEO

Sightings of Critically Endangered Baby Rhinos Raises Hope for the Species

The threatened mountain zebra

Wildlife drop 'may empty landscape'

Wildlife decline may lead to 'empty landscape' - BBC News

The bears that come here are climate refugees, on land because the sea ice they rely on for hunting seals is receding.

Polar Bears’ Path to Decline Runs Through Alaskan Village

The bears that come to the northern village of Kaktovik are climate refugees, on land because the sea ice they rely on for hunting seals is receding. By ERICA GOODE

One in five animal and plant species in the U.S.—nearly 1,300 total species—is at risk of extinction. Among mammals, the populations of more than two-thirds of all imperiled species in the U.S., from the wolverine to the polar bear, are falling.

One in five animal and plant species in the U.—nearly total species—is at risk of extinction. Among mammals, the populations of more than two-thirds of all imperiled species in the U., from the wolverine to the polar bear, are falling.

(CNN) -- A growing religion in southern Africa is posing a threat to the survival of wild leopards.    For the Nazareth Baptist Church, also known as the Shembe, leopards are seen as a symbol of pride, beauty and wealth, while their skins are viewed as essential attire for church elders who wear them around their necks during traditional ceremonies.    A mixture of Christianity and Zulu culture, the Shembe is one of the biggest traditional religious groups in South Africa with around 5…

Wild leopards threatened by religious tradition in Africa

The Africans have many gods but, for a period of time they did not have an afterlife. The afterlife did not come into existence till the people started to misbehave. Now the spirits of the deceased ancestors live on and can be reached by simple rituals.

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