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When Animals Gather, Our Language Gets Lyrical

When Animals Gather, Our Language Gets Lyrical

Candice Gaukel Andrews June 6, 2017 3

When we get together to appreciate the arts, for political purposes, for social interactions or simply for support, we can be called, among other things, an audience, a band, a bunch, a cohort, a

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“Going Rogue” for the National Park Service, Science and Trees

“Going Rogue” for the National Park Service, Science and Trees

Candice Gaukel Andrews May 16, 2017 7

Going rogue. Since 1835, that phrase has been used to describe elephants that exhibit violent behavior, whether through injury or from being separated from their herd. Decades later, when applied to humans, the term

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Water!

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Water!

Kendal Yoakum April 7, 2017 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we chose elephants splashing in a waterhole. While he was out on a game drive

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Wildlife Photo of the Week: Chobe River Sunset

Wildlife Photo of the Week: Chobe River Sunset

Kendal Yoakum March 3, 2017 0

Every Friday, we choose our favorite photo of the week from our Wildlife Photo of the Day website. This week we selected a warm Botswana sunset. Photographer Joey Campbell photographed these elephants walking along the

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New Technology Helps Catch Poachers in Africa

New Technology Helps Catch Poachers in Africa

Tania Curry December 14, 2016 0

Earlier this year, WWF installed two systems in a protected area in central Kenya where endangered white and black rhino roam along with poachers. Nine months later, this investment is paying off. More than two

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New Research: Elephant Conservation Brings Economic Value through Tourism Revenue

New Research: Elephant Conservation Brings Economic Value through Tourism Revenue

Tania Curry November 23, 2016 0

A new study by WWF, the University of Vermont, and the University of Cambridge shows that funds needed for antipoaching efforts in east, southern and west Africa is often less than the amount of

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