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|Illegal body parts seizure "biggest ever"|
Australian authorities have seized body parts from an endangered tiger and rhinoceros in a record haul of illegally imported traditional medicine products made from threatened animals.
|Investigating Africa's Mysterious Cave Crocodiles|
In a vast labyrinth of caves beneath the island of Madagascar's Ankarana nature reserve off the coast of Africa, scientists are studying cave-dwelling crocodiles-perhaps the only ones in the world...
|Is Rise in Tourism Helping Antarctica or Hurting It?|
Adélie penguins have been breeding on Antarctica's Torgersen Island for thousands of years, but today the clacking and squawking of 20,000 birds hides a relatively new sound: camera shutters...
|Is this life?|
Ancient microfossils from Western Australia are again the subject of heated scientific argument: are they the oldest sign of life on Earth, or just a flaw in the rock?
|Is This the World's Smallest Seahorse?|
If you were a male seahorse, you'd certainly have had reason to kick back and relax on father's day.
|It's cheaper to grow your own clean water: report|
Big cities such as Melbourne and New York can save the billions they spend on treating water to make it drinkable by keeping their forests instead, a new study has found...
|It's official: Dogs do have personalities|
Confirming dog owner suspicions, a new U.S. study reveals that dogs have personalities, and that these character traits can be identified as accurately as similar personality attributes in humans.