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“Alpha male” connotes the man who at every moment demonstrates that he’s in total control in the home, and who away from home can become snarling and aggressive. Ecologist and author Carl Safina learns from wolves that this stereotype is … Continue reading

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Predators are turning up in cities everywhere, and living among us mostly without incident. It’s the new normal of urban living. They’re living among people partly because they have fewer alternatives. And they’re adapting to urban life quickly. But are … Continue reading

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The passenger pigeon is among the most famous of American birds, but sadly this is due to it’s demise – the largest-scale human-caused extinction in history. Over a century ago, the last remaining birds that remained existed only in captivity. … Continue reading

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