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Should Scientists Be Killing Species They Thought Were Extinct?
Freedom! 130 Bears to Be Rescued From Chinese Bile Farm
Pizza Chain Promotes Easter Special by Covering Billboard With Hundreds of Dead Rabbits
A Roaring Victory: Sumatran Tiger Wins 'Rare & Ready to Be Saved' Bracket Game
If This Oil Spill Isn't Cleaned Up, Endangered Sea Turtles Will Get a Crude Awakening
Are Fences Really the Last Resort for African Lions?
Can the Giant Panda Be Stopped? 'Rare & Ready to Be Saved' Bracket Down to Final Four
Costa Rica Is Still Fighting for the Right to Shut Down Its Zoos
Blood Sport: Chinese Bigwigs Watch 10 Tigers Die for Fun
Rare & Ready to Be Saved: An Endangered Species Bracket
Weeks After Killing a Giraffe, Copenhagen Zoo Euthanizes Four Healthy Lions
The Race to Save the Pangolin, Most Trafficked Animal on Earth
Working With the Enemy to Save Wildlife
Meet the Con Artists of the Animal World
This Cave May Hold the Secret to Ending the Scourge That's Killing Bats
What's Worse Than Shooting Fish in a Barrel? Hunting Lions the Same Way
Meet Mshale, the Un-Poachable Elephant
Meet the Bloodcurdling Creatures of the Deep That Make Up 'The Extreme Life of the Sea'
Scientists Put Cameras on Sharks—and the View Is as Cool as It Sounds
Ready, Set, Gas: Texas Town Set to Kill Thousands of Rattlesnakes
The Daily Wild: Feline and Fabulous
Photo of the Day: Guns and Rebar
Your Fragile Planet: 'Angel Oak'