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Sharon Alex Thoppil

Sharon Alex Thoppil

From childhood tales of wolves scaring small children to their portrayal in adulthood as symbols of solitary purpose and ruthlessness, these creatures have long captured our imaginations. Today, we’ll uncover whether the myths of their bloodthirstiness and cruelty hold true. We’ll explore how wolves actually live, debunk misconceptions about their solitary nature, and understand their …

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A momentous event unfolded at the zoo in Santiago, Chile as Hannah, a 13-year-old white rhinoceros, welcomed a newborn calf, offering hope for the endangered species. Silverio’s birth marks an important moment for conservation efforts, especially considering the challenges faced by southern white rhinos due to poaching and habitat loss. The success story comes at …

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The invasive apple snails pose a significant threat to Louisiana’s rice and crawfish production. These snails, originally from South America, have been spreading through waterways in Louisiana, feeding voraciously on aquatic plants, including those crucial to rice paddies and crawfish habitats. Agricultural agencies, researchers, and farmers are teaming up to keep these snails from turning …

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In the verdant Pacific Northwest, where the rainforest meets modern highways, an unexpected visitor recently captured the attention of officials and wildlife enthusiasts alike. Scaling a towering pole with acrobatic finesse, a furry honey bear, also known as kinkajou, brought a touch of tropical allure to the misty forests of Washington state. This charming creature’s …

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Moby Dick portrays sperm whales as fearsome creatures capable of shipwreck and sailor strife. In an oceanic twist, recent events show a different side, revealing their empathy and intelligence through the adoption of a dolphin with a deformed spine. This unexpected camaraderie defies the usual boundaries between these marine species, showcasing a heartwarming display of …

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In Aspen, Colorado, a troubling incident unfolded when a bear attacked a security guard in a hotel kitchen. When the bear entered the hotel through the courtyard doors, it must have been very alarming and unexpected for everyone involved. Unfortunately for the bear, Colorado Parks and Wildlife could only do the bare minimum. Rescue to …

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