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Wild Cam: Tracking Venezuelan dolphins

Researchers are tracking dolphin populations across parts of the Venezuelan coast in an effort to improve information in an understudied part of the Caribbean Sea. “Venezuela holds 33% of the cetacean species, and its patrimonial

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WSB: Veterinary drugs can help field biologists

Wildlife biologists in the field could use drugs that veterinarians often use to anaesthetize animals. According to new research on invasive Indian mongooses (Urva auropunctata) in the Caribbean, Alfaxalone, an injectable anesthetic might be useful

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Hurricanes can shape lizard evolution

The winds of change blow strongly on the toepads of lizards most frequently caught in the paths of hurricanes. A new study on nearly 200 anole species across the Caribbean and South America shows that