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Letting big predators live.
Predators rule the planet, and they exert their influence on the rest of all living creatures in two ways: they eat them and they terrify them.
In the 1970s, Thomas Reimchen sat near a remote Canadian lake.
Who would want to harm a cute, cuddly, little bunny? Burmese pythons, it turns out. That’s the result of an experiment recently conducted in Florida’s Everglades.
Australia’s mammals are going extinct at an alarming rate.
The samango monkeys living near South Africa’s Lajuma Research Centre have learned that they can rely on humans as lookouts while they forage for food.
Where there are people, expect to find few leopards.
In the northwestern corner of Montana just next to Glacier National Park sits the 2.4 million acre Flathead National Forest.
Hammerhead sharks are some of the most easily recognizable predators in the world, and are among the better-liked sharks.
It is a rule in ecology that big animals outcompete little animals.