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The lions that roam Africa's savannahs have lost as much as 75 percent of their habitat in the last 50 years, as humans take their land and the lion population dwindles, said a study released Tuesday.
Frogs, salamanders and other amphibians may eventually have no safe haven left on the globe because of a triple threat of worsening scourges, a new study predicts.
Our world is a much wilder place than it looks. A new study estimates that Earth has almost 8.8 million species, but we've only discovered about a quarter of them. And some of the yet-to-be-seen ones could be in our own backyards, scientists say.
In the quest to save the endangered Florida panther, their Texas cousins were the cat's meow. Wildlife biologists moved eight female panthers from Texas _ close relatives yet genetically distinct _ into south Florida 15 years ago in hopes of boosting reproduction, and the immigration paid off.