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Do pathogens bioaccumulate in top predators?

Cougars, top predators with a wide-ranging palate, have been known to prey on bobcats and domestic cats when their regular ungulate prey isn’t available. Jennifer Malmberg, an assistant professor and veterinary pathologist at the Un­iversity

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Watch: Restoring an American icon

The American chestnut was once a common and abundant tree species that occupied 200 million acres in the eastern hardwood forests of North America and provided wildlife with food and habitat sources. Two nonnative pathogens

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A win-win for farmers and wildlife?

Researchers are proposing what they hope will be a mutually beneficial solution both for low-income farmers in developing countries who are trying to protect their livestock from endangered predators and for conservationists trying to protect