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Biden DOJ Wins Lawsuit To Seize 260-Year-Old Texas Ranch Along Border by Bob Price

The Biden Administration took control of a Texas rancher’s border land on Wednesday. The action followed a victory by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Texas against the family which has owned the land since 1760. In August 2020, then-candidate Joe Biden told reporters he would end all lawsuits seeking control of […]

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These Are The 5 Costliest Invasive Species, Causing Billions In Damages by Jonathan Lambert

The impact from all invasive species cost the global economy at least $1 trillion since 1970. Invasive species can wreak havoc on local ecosystems. Cleaning up that biological wreckage comes at a big price. These invaders, often thrust into new environments unintentionally (or intentionally, to combat pests) by humans, can transmit new diseases, devastate crops […]

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Female Wild Bonobos Provide Care For Infants Outside Their Social Group by Durham University

Scientists have witnessed bonobo apes adopting infants who were born outside of their social group for the first time in the wild. Chio, aged between 52 to 57 years old, who is thought to be post-menopausal, was seen to adopt three-year-old Ruby who had been part of another unknown group. Marie, an 18-year-old bonobo was […]

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As Endangered Birds Lose Their Songs, They Can’t Find Mates by Christina Larson

Male songbirds usually learn their tunes from adult mentors. But when aspiring crooners lack proper role models, they hit all the wrong notes-and have less success attracting mates. For five years, ecologist Ross Crates has tracked the singing ability and breeding success of critically endangered regent honeyeaters. These distinctive black and yellow birds were once […]

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When ‘Eradicated’ Species Bounce Back With A Vengeance by UC Davis

For the PNAS study, researchers in 2009 began intensive efforts to eradicate the European green crab from Stinson Beach’s Seadrift Lagoon. The crab is considered among the world’s top 100 invasive species, costing the U.S. commercial shellfish industry about $20 million in annual losses. By 2013, the population had decreased from 125,000 to fewer than […]

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Bird Believed Extinct For 170 Years Spotted In Borneo by Bob Yirka

Back sometime between 1843 and 1848 a bird now called the black-browed babbler was captured by naturalist Carl A.L.M. Schwaner. Records of the find are sketchy, but it appeared the bird had been captured on the island of Java. That finding was the one and only piece of evidence of the bird’s existence—it is currently […]

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Pigs Show Potential For ‘Remarkable’ Level Of Behavioral, Mental Flexibility In New Study by Frontiers

“It is no small feat for an animal to grasp the concept that the behavior they are performing is having an effect elsewhere. That pigs can do this to any degree should give us pause as to what else they are capable of learning and how such learning may impact them,” said lead author Dr. […]

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Friends Matter: Giraffes That Group With Others Live Longer by University of Zurich

A research team led by Monica Bond, research associate at the Department of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies of the University of Zurich (UZH), studied giraffes in Tanzania for five years. The biologists examined the relative effects of sociability, the natural environment, and human factors on survival of the mega-herbivore. They have now shown that […]