Critical Jaguar Habitat Purchased!

The Wildlands Project just announced the acquisition of 35,000 acres of critical jaguar  habitat in North Mexico.  The Wildlands Project, with conservation partners, including Naturalia, A.C. and the Northern Jaguar Project celebrates the completion of the...

New Study Shows Shocking Human Impact on Oceans

A new study, released last week in Science Magazine, shows that human activities have impacted nearly all ocean ecosystems – a scary thought seeing as though there are many parts of the ocean that have never been seen by human eyes!  The map, which compiles the...

African Nations Unify for Conservation and Anti-Ivory Trade

Late last week 17 African nations signed onto a monumental document announcing their unified dedication to elephant conservation and anti-ivory trading.  This extremely significant meeting and agreement formalizes the effort put forth by these nations to protect the...

The World’s Biggest Sandbox at Work

Lured by promises of epic sandstorms, researchers have taken to the high seas.  What are they researching you ask?  Well…turns out that dust storms carry sand from the world’s deserts into the oceans where nutrients from the sand fuel plant growth. ...

Discovery in the Mountains

A BBC report late last week announced the discovery of a curious-looking new mammal species discovered in Tanzania’s Udzungwa Mountains.  The creature shares ancestry with other African mammals such as elephants, sea cows, aardvarks and hyraxes – though...
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