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Black rhinos in Tanzania now monitored via sensors implanted directly in their horns

“Any strange behavior will be detected and the park rangers will step in.”

Brutal outlook for healthy wild horses and burros: BLM calls for shooting 90,000

“A balance must be struck between ranching and mining interests and wild horses and other wildlife as part of a fair interpretation of BLM’s multiple-use mandate on the range.”

Acidifying oceans a bad trip for marine ecosystems

A new study is one of the few to investigate what ocean acidification might do to fish communities.

United Kingdom to ban ivory trade

More than 20,000 African elephants die every year to feed the ivory trade.

75% of world’s honey laced with pesticides

The impact on bees of continuing to use these pesticides is expected to have widespread consequences.

North Atlantic Right Whale population dips below 450 after ‘deadliest year’ since whaling era

"Right whales risk spiraling toward extinction if we don't protect them from deadly fishing gear."

Former Colorado beef ranch is now a thriving animal sanctuary

“We have never felt better or more healthy, both mentally and physically,” says the couple who started the Surf and Turf Animal Sanctuary.

Meeting Paris goals means dealing with climate impacts of eating meat

With our already slim chances of avoiding “dangerous” global warming, the science suggests we can’t afford to leave food and farming off the negotiating table.

Drones now protecting African elephants thanks to American businessman’s funding prowess

“We are very grateful that many African governments are leading the way by allowing our drones to fly.”

The tiger population in Nepal’s Parsa National Park is recovering rapidly

“Tigers are conservation-dependent species and they respond to the conservation efforts immediately.”