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Wildlife is Thriving in World’s Most Radioactive Region of Chernobyl

The Chernobyl reactor explosion was the world’s worst nuclear disaster and the current topic of a critically-acclaimed HBO show. However wildlife is surprisingly thriving in…

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Severed Head of a Giant Ice Age Wolf Found Preserved in Siberia

Scientists have unveiled the severed head of a huge Ice Age wolf baring its teeth, which dates back more than 40,000 years. The snarling beast…

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Russian government supports bill on blocking animal abuse content

Russia’s government has favored a bill envisaging pretrial blocking of online content containing scenes of cruelty to animals, the chief of the State Duma committee…

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Russia to release killer whales in new habitat, despite expert advice

Russia is to free captured killer whales over the next month, but will not return them to their original habitat despite expert advice, a scientist…

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Russia will free nearly 100 captive whales from “prison”

After months of public outrage, Russian authorities ordered the release of nearly 100 beluga and orca whales held captive in Russia Thursday, The Associated Press reports….

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Polar bear invasion in Novaya Zemlya archipelago caused by seasonal migration

The appearance of polar bears in human settlements of the Novaya Zemlya archipelago, which triggered a state of emergency in the region, has been caused…

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Seal-cull Ecological Problem

Recent calls to cull B.C. seal and sea lions in the name of protecting salmon reminds me of my Alberta childhood, when I was led…

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The Siberian Unicorn: Magical Story of a True Mammal

A mysterious shaggy giant species of rhinoceros — named the Siberian unicorn due to its enormous single horn — turns out to have survived in…

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