Humans As Young As Eleven Months Old Have A Natural Affinity For Wildlife Than Toys – Study

Researchers from Rutgers University and the University of Virginia, in America, conducted a series of experiments with young children aged between 11 months and just over three years old involving live animals and toys.

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Sharp Increase In Poaching Could Make Rhinos Disappear From The Wild Within The Next Four Years

In a career spanning almost two decades, 50-year-old veterinary nurse Karen Trendler has raised 200 baby rhino orphans at a wildlife sanctuary in Pretoria, earning the nickname “Mama Rhino.”

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Snakes Are Threats To Hawaii Ecosystem Landscape

Hawaii is so serious about keeping snakes out that the fine for possessing an illegal animal can reach US$ 200,000 dollars and up to 3 years in prison.

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Treeline May Move 500 kilometer Further North By 2100 Due To Climate Change

Scientists have estimated that the treeline could move 500 kilometers north by 2100 from now, according to Aevar Petersen, chair of the Conservation of Arctic Flora and Fauna (CAFF) which was based on their projections.

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Municipality Of Candaba Proclaimed As Wildlife Refuge

Candaba, a low lying area and a town in Pampanga, Philippines, is known for its swamps and a refuge for wildlife.

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Global Warming May Oblige Us To Upgrade Our Infrastructures

As the world is battling global warming, it is inevitable that being at the receiving end, we need to adapt as what mother nature has dictated us to do. There is a need to cope up the rising seas and the environmental higher temperatures we are now experiencing.

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Saving The Philippine Eagle From Extinction

The Philippine Eagle Foundation (PEF) is a non profit organization dedicated to saving the endangered Philippine Eagle, and is composed of plucky volunteers like retired Lt. Gen. Hotchkiss the foundation president who is solely responsible in preserving, breeding and caring for the birds.

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