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Huge hog stuck in fence, charges people

Hawaii-An Aina Haina resident captured a photo of a feral pig in the neighborhood on  Tuesday. The pig walked up the driveway of one home at around noon and charged Bailey, the resident’s dog. The feral pig got its tusks

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Woman free dives with great whites

Ocean Ramsey doesn’t ride on top of great white sharks for fun or frivolous show. She does it to dispel their image of cruel killing machines, to call attention to the fact that sharks are seriously endangered. Which really sucks, because they’re

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Judge questions red wolf centered coyote hunting closure

A federal judge wants more information before ruling on a lawsuit that seeks to end all coyote hunting in a five-county region of Eastern North Carolina. The lawsuit, filed by three conservation groups last fall, aims to protect the endangered

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Video: Zebra walks into lion ambush

You’ve got to love having video cameras in the hands of millions of tourists in wild lands. It makes watching moments like this zebra/lion encounter possible. Watch and enjoy.

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Photo: White channel catfish caught near Beaumont

Billy Faul caught this highly unusual white channel catfish while fishing in a tributary of the Neches River system called Pine Island Bayou. As reported on the Kingdom Zoo blog, many white catfish are albinos but this one has standard

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Rattlesnakes without rattlers increasing

Rattlesnakes without rattlers? That is what researchers have found in South Dakota where the prairie rattlesnake is the only venomous snake to be found. Over the past couple of years, Terry Phillipp (of Reptile Gardens in Rapid City( has noticed

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Copperheads common when king snakes are not

The ecosystems that shape our planet are a delicate balance of water, mineral, plant, and animal life, and a large part of what maintains the natural order is the predator–prey relationship. Unfortunately, when we see a shift begin to occur,

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