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Rob Nelson of Untamed Science helped us realize this long-time goal to create little animated eco-messages about elephants. Here’s the first installment! Elephant Ecosystems Or: Why do we need large wild animals? Teachers, students and would-be conservationists: you can download this … Continue reading
Guest post & graphics by Nitin Sekar, Princeton University All around the planet, the world’s largest animal species are becoming very rare. Whether we speak of giant tortoises, large wild cows like gaur, rhinoceroses, hippos, tigers, or whales, local extinction or … Continue reading