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More than a dozen exotic animals living in unacceptable conditions at Nevada home

Wildlife News
18 November 2016


Authorities in Nevada where investigating a possible case of animal cruelty Wednesday after reports of exotic animals living in unacceptable conditions.

Read More: http://fxn.ws/2fmOJWS



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Families get into the Christmas spirt at pet photo shoot with Santa

Wildlife News19 November 2016


He’s known for an affinity with reindeer, but Old Saint Nick sat down with a bevy of other furry friends on Saturday for a festive photo shoot.
CBC.CA

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/winnipeg-pet-photo-santa-1.3859085



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DNA evidence from 5,310-year-old corn cob fills gaps in history

Wildlife News17 November 2016


Researchers who have sequenced the genome of a 5,310-year-old corn cob have discovered that the maize grown in central Mexico all those years ago was genetically more similar to ….
SCIENCEDAILY.COM

Read More: https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/11/161117152501.htm



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Missing lynx no more: Researchers learn of Yukon animals' epic journey

Wildlife News20 November 2016


Researchers put GPS collars on more than a dozen lynx in Yukon’s Kluane region last winter, to track their movements and learn more about their behavior.
CBA.CA

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/north/kluane-lynx-project-yukon-alaska-1.3858581



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2nd Vancouver Aquarium Beluga Whale in Distress

Wildlife News18 November 2016


A day after a beluga whale died suddenly at the Vancouver Aquarium, a second beluga has fallen ill.
CBC.CA

Read More: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/2nd-vancouver-aquarium-beluga-whale-in-distress-1.3856098



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Fight to Death: 2 Moose Found Frozen Near Remote Alaska Village

Wildlife News19 November 2016


Two moose were recently discovered frozen in battle and encased in ice near a remote village on Alaska’s unforgiving western coast …

Read More: http://fxn.ws/2fruQOL



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Bird Poop Cools the Arctic. No, It Won’t Offset Climate Warming

Wildlife News18 November 2016


A chemical reaction started by bird poo is actually helping to cool the Arctic during the summer months, when millions of birds migrate there.
LIVESCIENCE.COM

Read More: http://www.livescience.com/56925-seabird-guano-may-cool-arctic.html



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Island Diversity: Cuba’s Amazing Animals in Museum Spotlight

Wildlife News18 November 2016


From lush wetlands to vast cave networks, the island of Cuba hosts ecosystems that are teeming with life.
LIVESCIENCE.COM

Read More: http://www.livescience.com/56927-cuba-amazing-animals-amnh.html



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