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Could the London Zoo Tiger Death Have Been Avoided?

By ILIANA MAGRA

After a matchmaking operation involving two Sumatran tigers went terribly wrong, social media users asked: Did it have to end in tragedy?

Could the London Zoo Tiger Death Have Been Avoided?

By ILIANA MAGRA

After a matchmaking operation involving two Sumatran tigers went terribly wrong, social media users asked: Did it have to end in tragedy?

Joshua Trees Destroyed in National Park During Shutdown May Take Centuries to Regrow

By LIAM STACK

A small number of thousands of signature trees in Joshua Tree National Park were destroyed during the shutdown. Conservationists said replacing them will take time.

Joshua Trees Destroyed in National Park During Shutdown May Take Centuries to Regrow

By LIAM STACK

A small number of thousands of signature trees in Joshua Tree National Park were destroyed during the shutdown. Conservationists said replacing them will take time.

Are Electric Cars Only for the Rich? Sacramento Is Challenging That Notion

By BRADLEY BERMAN

With funding from a surprising source, Volkswagen, California is making sure low-income communities have the chance to gain access to electric vehicles.

An Effort to Bring Fracking to Britain Hits Pause

By STANLEY REED

Cuadrilla Resources has stopped its hydraulic fracturing in Lancashire and pulled equipment off the site. The future of fracking in Britain remains uncertain.

Trilobites: Romeo the Frog Finds His Juliet. Their Courtship May Save a Species.

By JOANNA KLEIN

The lonely male in a Bolivian museum was thought to be the last Sehuencas water frog, but an expedition has found him a potential mate.

Trilobites: Romeo the Frog Finds His Juliet. Their Courtship May Save a Species.

By JOANNA KLEIN

The lonely male in a Bolivian museum was thought to be the last Sehuencas water frog, but an expedition has found him a potential mate.

Rise of the Golden Jackal

By JAMES GORMAN

A species that was barely known in Europe now vastly outnumbers wolves there, and is rapidly spreading north and west.

Rise of the Golden Jackal

By JAMES GORMAN

A species that was barely known in Europe now vastly outnumbers wolves there, and is rapidly spreading north and west.

A Rising Threat to Wildlife: Electrocution

By RACHEL NUWER

Power lines and electrified fences are killing birds, monkeys, pangolins and even elephants in surprising numbers.

Want to Name a New Frog? A Whiskered Mouse? An Orchid? Be the Highest Bidder

By JULIA JACOBS

Auctioning off the rights to name a new species is a decades-old practice. Some scientists think it’s ethically questionable.

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