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Against the steadfast opposition of American Indians in the state, Minnesota will hold its first managed wolf hunting and trapping season this fall. As a result, a cultural clash is brewing between state officials and Indians, who revere wolves.
In the rolling meadow below Mohawk Mountain in the northwest corner of Connecticut, a white buffalo baby trots alongside his massive mother, his whiteness highlighted against her dark brown winter fur that is still molting in the summer heat.
A simple tweak to shipping lanes has brought the North Atlantic right whale back from the brink of extinction and into New Brunswick waters.
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One second they were munching contentedly, as bovines do, in a field that had been providing sustenance for at least 15 years. An instant later they were convulsing, bellowing and dying as ranchers looked on helplessly. Over the next few hours, 15 of the 18 cattle died.
William, a seven-year-old Arabian horse, was spooked while filming a commercial Tuesday on a Southern California beach and ran into the water, finally being rescued after swimming some two miles, reports CNN.com.
They look ghostly, but their lives are actually being saved. The TransCanada animal overpasses have provided safe crossing to hundreds of animals over the years, as evidenced by motion-sensored cameras that monitor the traffic. Recently Parks Canada cameras captured a rarely seen lynx crossing near Banff, British Columbia.
Baby Bear Makoon’s Fate Hangs in the Balance at Manitoba Zoo …