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CRISPR for Conservation? Not So Fast (11/16/2017)

The Language of Odors: Different Odor Dialects in Wild Otter Populations (10/31/2017)

Where Have All the Flying Insects Gone? (10/25/2017)

Fungus Responsible for White-Nose Syndrome Discovered on 100-Year-Old European Bat Specimen (9/29/2017)

Ants are Essential Ecosystem Engineers (9/25/2017)

Life in the Deep Sea is Mostly Mysterious (8/28/2017)

To Decrease Your Environmental Footprint, Eat Less Meat (8/9/2017)

Behavioral Flexibility May Help Some Animals Deal with a Changing Climate (7/27/2017)

Attack of “The Blob:” Climatic Anomaly Hits Sea Lion Pups Hard (7/7/2017)

Bat Species Found Only on Islands in Trouble Worldwide (6/29/2017)

Invasive Lionfish Feast on Unknown Fish Species (6/8/2017)

A U.S.-Mexico Border Wall Could Mean Bad News for Wildlife (5/24/2017)

The Deer That’s Trapped in Conservation Limbo (5/5/2017)

Polar Bears, Ringed Seals, and the Complex Consequences of Climate Change (4/25/2017)

Bees and Environmental Stressors: Canaries in the Coal Mine (4/4/2017)

Fanged Coral Fish’s Venomous Bite Could Lead to New Pain Treatments (3/30/2017)

Roads Have Significant Evolutionary Consequences for Wildlife (3/7/2017)

Counting Songbirds With Drones (2/15/2017)

Invasive Wild Pigs Leave a Swath of Destruction Across U.S. – And They Keep Spreading (2/1/2017)

Using Arctic Shrews and Their Parasites to Understand the Effects of Climate Change (1/20/2017)

Citizen Science and Tequila Help Bring an Endangered Bat Back From the Brink (1/12/2017)

Reunited and It Feels So Good: How Cheetahs Find Each Other After Separation (12/12/2016)

Giant Coconut Crabs Pinch Harder Than Most Animals Bite (11/27/2016)

Birds Mistake Plastic for Food Due to Its Smell (11/9/2016)

Digging Echidnas Are Essential Australian Ecosystem Engineers (10/19/2016)

Detection Dogs Sniff Out the Droppings of Endangered Primates (10/17/2016)

Rub a Dub Dub: Ring-Tailed Coatis Wash Up With Soap (9/29/2016)

Critically Endangered Hawaiian Crow Joins the Tool Users Club (9/14/2016)

What Does a Dewlap Do? (8/8/2016)

Why Sloths Live Life in the Slow Lane (7/25/2016)

Bats and Wind Turbines (7/8/2016)

Oldest Fossil Evidence of Agriculture – By Termites (6/24/2016)

The Oceans are Aglow With Light-Up Fishes (6/8/2016)

Hornbills’ Giant Beaks Help Them Keep Cool in Desert Heat (5/18/2016)

Cooperative Fish Take Turns With Gender Roles (5/12/2016)

Invasive Species Compete with Native Species for Room to be Heard (4/25/2016)

Sperm Whale Heads May Serve as Battering Rams (4/5/2016)