Officials in Alberta, Canada stationed a remote wildlife camera in Kananaskis Country, a park visited by millions each year. The camera captured bears rubbing a tree, which wildlife experts say is a way of communicating with other animals.
Reuters - Light News Video Online (May 31, 2015) Zookeepers treat animals in Jerusalem to cold eats, while endangered blue penguins frolic in New York City. Jillian Kitchener reports.
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Reuters - News Video Online (Sep. 7, 2015) Siberian tiger and white lion cubs frolic with kids in a Crimea safari park as part of a campaign to raise awareness of endangered species. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
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National Geographic (Jan. 20, 2012) National Geographic biologist Mike Heithaus travels to the shallow coastal waters of the Florida Keys, where the bull shark makes its home and unsuspecting beachgoers frolic. Heithaus investigates ... watch video
AP (Jan. 14, 2014) Nevada wildlife officials say bears in the Tahoe Basin aren't hibernating due to the mild winter weather, and that instead the animals are looking out looking for food, and getting closer to people. ... watch video
AP (May 7, 2013) Biologists at the Alaska Department of Fish and Game are getting a peek into what city bears do all day. Six bears were equipped with rugged video cameras attached to collars around their ... watch video
AP (July 15, 2013) Eight web cams set up in Alaska's Katmai National Park and Preserve live-stream the activities of the famed brown bears for viewers across the world who can't visit the park. AP was invited for an up ... watch video
CBC (Dec. 16, 2010) The Canadian federal government wants to put a price tag on polar bears, and has commissioned a study to appraise the animal's value as a national icon. The outcome of the study will help determine ... watch video
Nov. 30, 2015 A novel class of antimicrobials that inhibits the function of a key disease-causing component of bacteria could be effective in fighting methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), one of the ... read more
Nov. 25, 2015 The mosquito-borne virus chikungunya may lead to severe brain infection and even death in infants and people over 65, according to a new study that reviewed a chikungunya outbreak on Reunion Island ... read more
Nov. 18, 2015 Deciding whether to cook or toss a steak that's been in the fridge for a few days calls for a sniff test. This generally works well for home cooks. But food manufacturers that supply tons of meats to ... read more
Nov. 18, 2015 Spider webs are notoriously sticky. Although they only take a second to swat down, shaking them off your hands can be an exercise in frustration. But that stubborn tackiness could come in handy when ... read more
Nov. 27, 2015 It is possible to improve the nutraceutical quality of the lettuce by modifying its growing conditions, but not at the expense of productivity. Researchers applied various ... read more
Nov. 23, 2015 Genetic variation within the endocannabinoid system may explain why some survivors of childhood adversity go on to become dependent on marijuana, while others are able to use marijuana without ... read more
Nov. 23, 2015 Maintaining the shape of the cell, creating proper internal structure, guiding organelles and pulling chromosomes apart during mitosis are some of the important functions of the cytoskeleton. The ... read more
Dec. 10, 2014 Studying the social interaction of bears through the use of camera traps and visual observations requires that humans be able to tell individuals apart. A study done using volunteers to study the ... read more
July 9, 2014 The potentially severe impacts of climate change in the Arctic may threaten regional wildlife. Scientists trying to develop efficient and effective wildlife monitoring techniques to track Arctic ... read more
Dec. 5, 2011 Recent camera trap images from the rocky terrain of Afghanistan's central highlands have revealed a surprise: A Persian leopard, an apex predator long thought to have disappeared from the ... read more