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Until this year, scientists hadn't seen the Bouvier's red colobus monkey in the wild since the 1970s.
Once thought to be extinct, the distinctive creature with an upturned nose is being reintroduced to its native waters as part of a long-term recovery strategy.
One of the last turtle populations in the world to be legally exploited for the 'tortoise shell' trade is finally recovering after a 25-year conservation effort.
More than half of the plants eaten by the giant tortoises on one of the Galapagos Islands are non-native.
Three tiny dragon-resembling lizards live in the mysterious cloud forests of the Andes.
The new additions are victories in the fight to preserve a vulnerable species.
Giant pandas may not be such loners after all, finds a new study that used high tech equipment to stalk the big bears as they went about their daily business. Continue reading →
Fifteen species are on the brink of extinction, and could die out during our lifetimes, finds new research.
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