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In Yellowstone National Park, invading lake trout have decimated the cutthroat trout that grizzly bears normally eat.
Tropical rainforests aren’t just havens of biodiversity; their large rivers also make them promising sources of hydropower.
Abandoned logs on the beaches of Gabon are keeping leatherback turtles from nesting, according to a new study in Biological Conservation.
Exporting logs used to be big business in Gabon.
Efforts to improve food safety on farms are damaging riverside habitat, scientists report in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.
In the 1970s, a population of arctic foxes on an island in the Bering Sea began to mysteriously decline. The animals were thin and mangy, and nearly all the cubs died.
Hawaii could soon become a slightly less hospitable vacation spot. According to a new study, climate change will make tropical cyclones in the area more frequent by the end of the century.
Frogs living near farms can develop resistance to a commonly-used insecticide, scientists report in Evolutionary Applications.
Bright lights from cities and roads can confuse animals such as birds and turtles.
Every year, millions of birds swoop along the coasts of Asia and Australia as part of a massive migration. These long-distance commuters stop at wetlands to refuel.