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Elephants bring tourists and tourists bring money.
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Large brains used to be an advantage, then humans happened.
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Study challenges claim that sanctioned wolf killing curbs poaching.
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Stopping feral cats from overrunning the landscape and killing threatened species requires new tools.
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A hospital for rehab, research and release of one of Earth’s oldest living animals.
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Two new studies suggest rising populations for famous predators.
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Population crisis tests National Park Service's policy to avoid human intervention.
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