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Wild Lobsters Cannibalize the Small, Weak, Says Biologist

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July 29, 2013
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A new study documents cannibalistic behavior by lobsters in the wild for the first time, according to an American scientist -- but some doubt whether this is new information.


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Bear Safari Business Will Stop Hand Feeding Black Bears

Bear Safari Business Will Stop Hand Feeding Black Bears

CBC (Aug. 28, 2013) — A New Brunswick tourism company says it will stop hand-feeding wild black bears, following the criticisms of a wildlife biologist who called the practice 'asinine.'
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House Cats

House Cats

National Geographic (Mar. 18, 2012) — You're closer to a natural-born killer than you think. Common house cats are actually fierce feline hunters responsible for killing over a billion small mammals and birds each year. Could this cuddly species with a taste for the wild life spark an ecological disaster? Wild Chronicles follows conservationists working to control the feral cat population by calling on Crittercam® to find out how a game of cat and mouse really plays out.
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Rat Brains Linked to Create "Biological Computer"

Rat Brains Linked to Create "Biological Computer"

Reuters (Feb. 28, 2013) — Duke University neuro-biologist Miguel Nicoleilis says it might one day be possible for animals to communicate and collaborate with each other, using only their thoughts. Dr Nicoleilis has already developed interface technology connecting animal brains with machines, but is now publishing the results of experiments with rats demonstrating the possibilities of so-called brain-to-brain interface technology.
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Beluga Caviar Poised for a Comeback in Florida

Beluga Caviar Poised for a Comeback in Florida

Reuters (Mar. 8, 2013) — Facing extinction in the wild, the highly-prized beluga sturgeon may be about to make a comeback from a new base in the United States. A Florida company is breeding the fish to produce sought-after beluga caviar for profit, but must first demonstrate that it is helping the fish recover in the wild.
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