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Unusual Offshore Octopods: The See-Through “Glass” Octopus [Video]

Octopuses that live in the deep open ocean are difficult enough to find. But try locating a “glass” octopus, which isnearly transparent.…

Started by A Former Member

0 May 20, 2013

10 of the cutest endangered species

Conservation competition While all endangered species are worth saving, it comes as no surprise that the cute and fuzzy members of the ani…

Started by Steph S.

2 May 20, 2013
Reply by Steph S.

9 threatened animals of the Southeast

Diverse ecosystems One of the most populous areas of the United States, the Southeast is also home to a richly diverse ecosystem. The area…

Started by Steph S.

2 May 20, 2013
Reply by Steph S.

The Mystery of the "Immaculately" Conceived Baby Anteater

By Jen Doll | The Atlantic Wire Staffers at a zoological conservation center in Greenwich, Conn., are very confused — as are the rest of us…

Started by Steph S.

4 May 19, 2013
Reply by Lillie

The Desperate Fight to Save the Tasmanian Devil from Extinction

Adam Clark Estes 4,031 Views Jan 21, 2013 Thanks to an unusual, unrelenting and contagious cancer, the global population of Tasmanian devi…

Started by Steph S.

0 May 17, 2013

Meanwhile, in a Chinese Zoo, a Man Bit an Ostrich to Death

Alexander Abad-Santos 41,164 Views Jan 23, 2013 You'd think the safest place for animals is usually a zoo. That apparently isn't the case…

Started by Steph S.

0 May 17, 2013

Madness in the Village of Elephants: 26 Pachyderms Slaughtered

Why I hate human greed so much. -- Dallas In the forest clearing locals call the “Village of Elephants,” or Dzanga Bai, 17 heavily armed…

Started by A Former Member

2 May 17, 2013
Reply by Steph S.

Bristly tongue helps bats grab nectar

The hairy bristles on the tongue of a particular bat that feeds on nectar help it draw up the sweet liquid. Now the precise way in whic…

Started by A Former Member

2 May 13, 2013
Reply by Joan Denoo

Aquarium launches desperate search to save a species down to 3 individuals

Aquarists at ZSL London Zoo have launched a worldwide appeal to find a female mate for a fish species that is believed to have gone extin…

Started by A Former Member

0 May 12, 2013

Rhinos now extinct in Mozambique: experts

Speechless. -- Dallas JOHANNESBURG — Mozambique’s rhinoceros population was wiped out more than a century ago by big game hunters. Recon…

Started by A Former Member

0 May 12, 2013

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