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One of India’s 1,706 tigers, at a tiger reserve in Corbett National Park. (Corbett Tiger Reserve/Associated Press)

India bans tiger tourism amid animal-rights push, outraging some

Ban on tiger tourism pushes conservation activist into national spotlight, and infuriates industry built around the endangered cat

The Nature Conservancy of Canada has received a $52,753 donation from a New-York based conservation charity to promote interprovincial moose love between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick.

Maritime moose sex corridor gets $52K from U.S. charity

The case for the complainants at a moose class-action lawsuit in St. John's took a hit Wednesday, as the lawyer representing the Newfoundland and Labrador government put an expert witness on the hotseat.

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Massive cat rescue underway in eastern China - World - CBC News

'Moose Sex Project' aims for love corridor between N.S., N.B.  Conservation group hopes small strip of land will allow for easier mating

'Moose Sex Project' aims for love corridor between N.S., N.B.

Maritime moose sex corridor gets land donation [w/ VIDEO]: -- The Nature Conservancy of Canada has received 316 hectares of private land from a former top diplomat to promote cross-border moose love along the Nova Scotia-New Brunswick boundary.

Katsushika Hokusai, 'Mount Fuji seen through cherry blossom' (c.1834)

Saturday Volcano Art: Katsushika Hokusai, ‘Mount Fuji seen through cherry blossom’ (c.1834)

Saturday Volcano Art: Katsushika Hokusai, ‘Mount Fuji seen through cherry blossom’

Canadian researchers use bees to drop pesticides on crops  (28.10.13)

Canadian researchers use bees to drop pesticides on crops

While bees pollinate crops, Canadian research has found they can also be used to control pest insects and manage disease by dropping off control agents while they work.

Modena (dedicated to Capannelle) by centrifuga ☁, via Flickr

Modena (dedicated to Capannelle) by centrifuga ☁, via Flickr

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