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Malaysian mammals face extinction - Nation | The Star Online

Malaysian mammals face extinction - Nation | The Star Online

One in five animal and plant species in the U.S.—nearly 1,300 total species—is at risk of extinction. Among mammals, the populations of more than two-thirds of all imperiled species in the U.S., from the wolverine to the polar bear, are falling.

One in five animal and plant species in the U.S.—nearly 1,300 total species—is at risk of extinction. Among mammals, the populations of more than two-thirds of all imperiled species in the U.S., from the wolverine to the polar bear, are falling.

Wildlife decline: Why does biodiversity matter anyway? (+video) - CSMonitor.com

Wildlife decline: Why does biodiversity matter anyway? (+video)

Wildlife decline: Why does biodiversity matter anyway? (+video) - CSMonitor.com

Palm oil production poses threat to rainforests, wildlife species | Regional Voices | The News Tribune

Palm oil production poses threat to rainforests, wildlife species | Regional Voices | The News Tribune

Scientists looked at 31 predator species and found 75 percent of them are in decline—including leopards, cheetahs, polar bears, tigers, giant otters, and multiple wolf species.

Scientists looked at 31 predator species and found 75 percent of them are in decline—including leopards, cheetahs, polar bears, tigers, giant otters, and multiple wolf species.

Tam, here at Borneo Rhino Sanctuary in Sabah, may be the world's last male Bornean rhino and one of the last Sumatran rhinos. Photo by: Jeremy Hance.

Tam, here at Borneo Rhino Sanctuary in Sabah, may be the world's last male Bornean rhino and one of the last Sumatran rhinos. Photo by: Jeremy Hance.

Bizarre Remains of “Dragon Skeleton” Discovered in Chinese Sea

Bizarre Remains of “Dragon Skeleton” Discovered in Chinese Sea

The recovery of large carnivores in Europe is a great success for nature conservation. At one third of mainland Europe, at least one species of large carnivore is present, according to a new article. It is an excellent example that humans and carnivores can share the same landscape, say researchers.

Europe shows that humans and large predators can share the same landscape

The recovery of large carnivores in Europe is a great success for nature conservation. At one third of mainland Europe, at least one species of large carnivore is present, according to a new article. It is an excellent example that humans and carnivores can share the same landscape, say researchers.

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