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Make Bison Americas National Mammal
Animals  (tags: National, mammal, America, bison, animal welfare, petition )

- 365 days ago -
When Europe discovered the New World, they found the plains flooded with bulky, furry bison. These mammals used to be abundant a century ago, but senseless killing has dramatically reduced their numbers, almost bringing them to extinction.
Humpback Whale Beats Long-Distance Record
Animals  (tags: whales, GoodNews, humpback, world record, mammal )

- 1871 days ago -
PARIS - A humpback whale has broken the world record for travel by any mammal, swimming at least 9,800 kilometres from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean in search of a mate, marine biologists reported on Wednesday.
How Whales Have Changed Over 35 Million Years
Animals  (tags: Whales, species, biologists, mammal, biggest animal )

- 2008 days ago -
Whales are remarkably diverse, with 84 living species of dramatically different sizes and more than 400 other species that have gone extinct, including some that lived partly on land.
Venomous Mammal Caught on Camera ~ Video
Animals  (tags: carribean, animals, wildlife, mammal, rare, venomous, Hispaniolan solenodon )

- 2515 days ago -
Rare footage of one of the world's most strange and elusive mammals has been captured by scientists. Large, and with a long, thin snout, the Hispaniolan solenodon resembles an overgrown shrew; it can inject passing prey with a venom-loaded bite. L
Mysterious Mammal Caught on Film
Animals  (tags: animals, wildlife, wildanimals, desert, mammal )

- 2910 days ago -
An "extraordinary" desert creature has been caught on camera for what scientists believe is the first time.
New Peccary Species Found in Brazil's Amazon
Animals  (tags: mammal, peccary, species, Brazil, Amazon )

- 2946 days ago -
A pig-like mammal about the size of a large dog, the newly named Pecari maximus was discovered in the basin of the Rio Aripuana and confirmed to be a distinct species through a genetic analysis conducted by the Leiden Centre for Environmental Sciences.
UK Joins Slow Loris Trade Ban - Independent Online Edition > Wildlife
Animals  (tags: britain, uk, slow loris, mammal, nocturnal, animal, bamboo, primate, endangered, trade ban, cambodia, asia )

- 3101 days ago -
Britain will this week take up the cause of the slow loris, one of the world's most attractive, and endangered, primates. The nocturnal animal - which gets its name from its languorous progress through the trees...

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