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Cheetah cub rescued from poachers in South Africa

Uncategorized By Mar 30, 2023

A cheetah cub has been rescued by conservationists and local authorities in South Africa. The cub, estimated to be a few weeks old, was found in a remote area of the North West province. It had been separated from its mother and in urgent need of care.┬áThe cub was taken to a nearby wildlife rehabilitation center and was transported to…

Tigers Roam Free: Conservation Success Story in India

Uncategorized By Mar 30, 2023

India’s conservation efforts have successfully increased the tiger population from 1,411 in 2006 to 2,967 in 2018. The success can be attributed to initiatives such as Project Tiger, which created tiger reserves in areas with high tiger density and ample prey base. The reserves were protected from human encroachment, poaching, and habitat destruction. The conservation success has had a positive…

Experts Call for Urgent Protection Measures to Save Lion Population

Uncategorized By Mar 30, 2023

The lion population has decreased by 43% in the last two decades due to habitat loss and poaching. Habitat loss is caused by human encroachment and urbanization, leading to a reduction of available space for lions to hunt and roam freely. Poaching is driven by the demand for lion parts, which are sold illegally for traditional medicine and trophies. Experts…

Bear Minimum Wage Increase Proposed in Congress

Uncategorized By Mar 30, 2023

The Bear Minimum Wage Increase proposed in Congress would raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $15 per hour over five years. Introduced by Senator Bernie Sanders and Representative Keith Ellison in 2015, the proposal has gained support from several Democrats in Congress. The current minimum wage amount has not kept pace with inflation, which means that a decline…

Experts warn of declining wolf populations due to climate change

Uncategorized By Mar 30, 2023

Climate change poses a significant threat to wolf populations worldwide, scientists warn,meaning a decline in their numbers is expected. Climate change causes extreme weather conditions, habitat destruction, and impacts prey behavior, which lead to food shortages, making hunting more challenging, leading to a decreased population. Furthermore, wildfires, which are catastrophic for both humans and wildlife, burn down whole wolf packs,…

Coyotes thriving in urban areas despite efforts to control population

Uncategorized By Mar 30, 2023

Coyotes are increasingly thriving in urban areas due to the destruction of their rural and natural habitats, as well as the abundance of food sources and shelter in cities and suburban areas. While efforts have been made to control coyote populations through trapping and killing, these methods are considered inhumane and often ineffective. The best way to coexist with coyotes…

Porcupine population in North America hits all-time low due to habitat loss

Uncategorized By Mar 29, 2023

The porcupine population in North America has reached an all-time low due to habitat loss, according to wildlife experts. Deforestation, urbanisation and climate change have all contributed to the loss of the mixture of forest and grassland required by porcupines for both feeding and protection. Poor tree climbing ability has also made it difficult for porcupines to adapt to highly…

Beaver Dam Floods Neighborhood, Causes Widespread Damage

Uncategorized By Mar 29, 2023

Last year, Beaver Dam in Wisconsin faced one of its worst floods in recent history caused by climate change. The flood hit the region in August 2020 and lasted for several days, causing significant damage to residential and commercial properties, with the floodwaters also affecting many of the surrounding areas. The Beaver Dam floods caused roughly $20 million in damages,…

Skunk Sightings on the Rise in Urban Neighborhoods Across the US

Uncategorized By Mar 29, 2023

Skunk sightings have increased significantly in urban neighborhoods across the US due to factors such as urbanization, the availability of food, water sources and dense vegetation. Skunks cause issues for residents, particularly with their infamous odor and damage to lawns, gardens and property. If residents encounter a skunk, they should remain calm and slowly back away. Skunks will only spray…

Raccoon wanders into fast food restaurant, eats burger and fries

Uncategorized By Mar 29, 2023

A raccoon recently entered a fast-food restaurant and ate a burger and fries at the counter, to the surprise of staff members and customers. Raccoons, which are omnivorous and eat almost anything, often venture into human-inhabited areas in search of food. Shrinking natural habitats and human activity are forcing animals into conflict with humans, leading to increased interactions between the…

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