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This model of a woolly mammoth is on display at the Royal BC Museum in Victoria, Canada. (Credit: FunkMonk via Wikimedia Commons)

August 1, 2016

Thirst may have doomed the last mammoths on a tiny Alaskan island

Woolly mammoths flourished during the last ice age, when they tromped across North America and Eurasia grazing on tundra plants. These massive animals disappeared from both continents between 14,000 and 13,200 years age, unable to withstand...

Wildlife overpasses in Banff National Park in Canada help animals cross highways safely. (Credit: WikiPedant via Wikimedia Commons)

June 20, 2016

Natural corridors may help species adapt to climate change

Imagine you’re sitting around a fire and someone throws on another log. It bursts into flames and soon, your seat gets too hot for your liking. What do you do? You move, right? That’s exactly what...