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Share daylight with humans? Many animals say “no thanks’, a new study finds. The global expansion of human activity has had profound consequences for wildlife. Globally, mammals are becoming increasingly nocturnal to avoid humans’ growing presence, according to the study, … Continue reading

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In a “rewilding” movement cheered by some but decried by others, wolves have recolonized portions of their former range in the United States. Red wolf (Canis rufus)reintroduction was among the first instances of a species, considered extinct in the wild, … Continue reading

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Results show lethal management may make things worse. Lethal management of wolves following wolf attacks on livestock may have unintended consequences, a new study by researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison suggests. The study shows that government killing of wolves … Continue reading

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