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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.
 
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