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Wildcards

Bits of the unexpected from the animal kingdom.


A Collar for Two Detection Dogs

In a village outside Tanzania's Ruaha National Park, WCS detector dogs Jenny and Dexter recently aided in their first ivory bust.

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Small World

They're tiny and nocturnal, but don't sleep on Madagascar's mouse lemurs.

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1,000 Birds

Bolivia's Madidi National Park is a mecca of bird life.

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Scenes from a Secret World

See incredible camera trap footage from some of the most remote terrain in the United States.

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Wolves Go Night Fishing

Incredible camera trap footage from the Yukon shows wolves doing some (pretty successful) night fishing.

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