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Wild New Wonders of the Amazon

Wild New Wonders of the Amazon

Wendy Redal November 1, 2010 1

Did you know a new species was found every 3 days in the Amazon rainforest in the past decade? The Amazon is the most biodiverse place on earth. Learn about some of the fascinating

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10 Ways to Save Tigers

10 Ways to Save Tigers

Wendy Redal October 7, 2010 42

On the Chinese calendar, it’s the Year of the Tiger, an ideal opportunity to draw global attention to the fact that there are fewer than 3200 tigers left in the wild. Read more, and

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Panda recovery program bolstered by two American expats

Panda recovery program bolstered by two American expats

Wendy Redal February 23, 2010 0

You may have caught the news recently about a very special FedEx delivery to China’s Sichuan province: aboard the company’s custom-appointed 777 jet were two distinguished passengers, headed from the U.S. to the Chengdu

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Saving Coca Cola’s Adorable Polar Bears

Saving Coca Cola’s Adorable Polar Bears

Megan Koelemay December 23, 2009 0

Remember those cheerful Coca Cola commercials with the cute polar bears? The global soft drink company is now working to save the very environment they advertise

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A Suitcase Full of Trouble

A Suitcase Full of Trouble

Elissa Poma October 5, 2009 0

World Wildlife Fund’s podcast series, “Wild Things,” normally take listeners to rain forests, mountaintops and other far-flung field sites. But in the most recent edition, former National Public Radio correspondent John Nielsen unlocks a

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Natural Treasure Discovered in the Himalayas

Natural Treasure Discovered in the Himalayas

Wendy Redal September 25, 2009 0

Just as an amateur explorer with a metal detector recently found an astonishing hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold and silver in England’s Midlands, scientists have discovered a biological treasure trove in the Eastern Himalayas.  More

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