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Rediscovering species once thought to be extinct or on the edge of extinction is rare. Red wolves have been extinct along the Gulf Coast region since 1980, with their last populations found in coastal Louisiana and Texas. In a new … Continue reading

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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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Areas with the most predator activity have far fewer ticks and far fewer ticks infected with Lyme Disease. Another reason to root for predators! Mice are highly efficient transmitters of Lyme. They infect up to 95 percent of ticks that feed … Continue reading

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