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 (Mar. 3, 2016) Two Andean bears are set to be moved on March 15th from the Frankfurt Zoo to Noah's Ark Zoo Farm in Bristol. The bears opened their leaving presents, several colorful boxes filled with snacks such as ... watch video
AP (Mar. 17, 2016) The Cincinnati zoo says its two curious polar bears wandered into a behind-the-scenes service hallway through an open den door but never left a secondary containment area. Both bears were returned to ... watch video
Sep. 26, 2016 Plant scientists have shown for the first time how an ancient crop teams up with a beneficial microbe to protect against a devastating fungal infection, a discovery that may ... read more
Sep. 26, 2016 Shrubs are more widespread than trees in nature and on Earth. A new study explains their global success. It turns out that the multiple stems of shrubs are of key importance. This feature contributes ... read more
Sep. 26, 2016 Researchers have used 3D live imaging to observe the formation process of lateral roots in plants, and clarified part of the mechanism that creates new meristematic tissue. ... read more
Sep. 26, 2016 Imagine a meter long worm with 12 stubby legs and matching sets of flaps running down the body. On the head is a large pair of spiny appendages used for grasping prey that ... read more
Sep. 21, 2016 Peninsular Malaysia hosts at least three rare mussel species, one of which (Hyriopsis bialata) is not found anywhere else on the planet. Now investigators suggest that this species may be in danger. ... read more
Sep. 21, 2016 Climate change, urban expansion and agricultural intensification blamed for risk to some of Britain's best loved species. Some of the UK's leading nature experts have delivered a clarion call for ... read more
Sep. 20, 2016 Habitat degradation poses a greater risk to the survival of turtles and tortoises than rising global temperatures, according to new research. More than 60 per cent are listed as vulnerable, ... 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