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Amazing Discovery: Monkeys can identify human hunters
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The monkeys use their prehensile tails to grip Woolly monkeys can identify human hunters by their behaviour, research has revealed. Poeppig’s woolly monkeys live in the rainforests of Ecuador, Peru and Brazil but are vulnerable to hunting by the local Amazonian people. Scientists investigating how the monkeys respond to threats found that they acted differently depending on the behaviour of humans in the forest....

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Breaking News: Poachers Storm Village of Elephants! Bush Warriors pleas to Stop the Carnage.
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UPDATE: May 10, 2013 – At least 26 elephants were massacred in the Dzanga Bai World Heritage Site in the Central African Republic (CAR) after 17 heavily armed suspected poachers entered the site on Monday, May 6th. WWF sources working in the area reported on Thursday that they had counted at least 26 elephant carcasses in and around the Bai, or “village of elephants.” Since...

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BREAKING NEWS: Elephants Soon to be Massacred in Central Africa! Should NATO intervene?
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Taking advantage of the ongoing political instability in Central African Republic, poachers may be preparing to perpetrate one of the biggest elephant massacres in recent history. WWF sources said heavily armed poachers were in Dzanga Bai, locally known as the “village of elephants,” inside Dzanga-Ndoki National Park. Between 50 and 200 elephants congregate every day in the large clearing to drink mineral salts present...

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How Youth Can Save the World. Cool Art for Endangered Species. Which one Do You like Best?
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2013 Youth Art Contest Semi-finalists Grades K-2 Amanda Liu Polar Bear Angela Liu Sandhill Crane Ann C. Sonu Spotted Owl Annabelle Chen Hawaii Honeycreeper Grand Prize Winner Ava Bribriesco American Burying Beetle 1st Place K-2 Hannah Chacko San Francisco Garter Snake Keertana Sreekumar Killer Whale Sofia Lutsuk Island Fox Shravya Raghava Green Sea Turtle Zachary Zheng Coachella Valley Fringe-toed Lizard _______________________________________________________ Grades 3-5 Aleese...

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Revolutionary idea to stop rhino poaching?
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Rhino horn is now more expensive (by weight) than gold or cocaine and as a result rhino poaching is reaching epidemic proportions. The number of rhino’s lost to poaching in South Africa climbed from 300 in 2010 to 668 in 2012! 232 rhinos have already been killed in 2013. And these numbers only represent South Africa! Rhino poaching is on the rise in East Africa as well....

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