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|U.S. Facing Feral-Dog Crisis|
Packs of wild dogs roam America's city streets and backcountry roads...
|U.S. power plant pollution rules eased|
The Bush administration on Wednesday revised clean air regulations to make it easier for power plants and refineries to repair and upgrade their facilities...
|Under Fire, World's Park Rangers Seek Protection|
Park rangers are under attack worldwide. Poachers, smugglers, trespassers, and roaming gangs of heavily armed guerillas shoot their way in to and out of nature reserves...
|Undersea Volcanoes in Deep Trouble, Eco-Groups Say|
Rising from the depths of the North Atlantic, seamounts are described by conservationists as oases of life. The underwater volcanoes harbor a vast array of deep sea creatures, many of them still unknown to science.
|Underwater Photographer On Swimming With Sharks|
Charles Maxwell is an underwater cinematographer based in Cape Town, South Africa. A keen diver and lover of the marine environment for 35 years, Maxwell has made documentaries for the National Geographic Society and the BBC...
|Underwater Windmill Helps Power Arctic Village|
Energy derived from the moon now trickles into a village near the Arctic tip of Norway via a novel underwater windmill-like device powered by the rhythmic slosh of the tides
|Unfaithful birds have bouncier babes|
Female blue tits who play the field to avoid the chances of inbreeding produce sexier sons and more fertile daughters, says new German research.
|Unique Bolivia Park Begun by Indigenous People|
The parched, southeastern corner of Bolivia is the unlikely home to a park that houses Latin America's highest diversity of large mammals, and is the stage for an unusual story of protected-area creation and operation.