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Some poison frogs have become used to the warmer temperatures caused by climate change and deforestation, but they’re nearing their limit.

Sofie Bates, Contributor

A hand is using tweezers to hold a tube labeled "Giant Panda" above a container of frozen test tub

Researchers are freezing cell samples with liquid nitrogen to keep biodiversity alive. Could this be the best way to conserve species for the future? 

Katharine Gammon, Contributor

Study suggests tourists' photos can yield better, cheaper data than traditional methods for studying wildlife.

Nala Rogers, Staff Writer

New research shows how decommissioned oil rigs can become home to an abundance of fish and invertebrates.

Katharine Gammon, Contributor

Picture of a person's hand holding the processed wood, which has turned bright white.

Researchers have modified wood not only to make it stronger but to make it capable of cool itselfing, which may lead to energy savings.

Bailey Bedford, Contributor

Repercussions of human pressure ripple from the edges to the center of an enormous protected area.

Nala Rogers, Staff Writer

Image of raccoon dog, also known as a tanuki, on a brown grass field, looking at the camera

Social behavior of beloved "trickster" dogs may be changing due to human activity.

Joshua Learn, Contributor

Researchers call in feathered helpers to spread the seeds of endangered plants.

Nala Rogers, Staff Writer

Officials in Wyoming are building bridges in the hopes of restoring the migratory path of the pronghorn.

Annie Roth, Contributor

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