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Incredibly rare Iberian lynx making a “dramatic recovery”

Are biodiversity credits just another business-as-usual finance scheme?

Report: Human tragedy stalks the prized Honduran lobster industry

Who protects nature better: The state or communities? It’s complicated

The tricky business of commercializing invasive plants to death

Report: Half of MSC-certified ‘sustainable’ tuna caught with controversial gear

When wildlife surveillance tech ‘watches’ people

Sounds of the soil: A new tool for conservation?

Scaling Palauan tradition to regional fisheries: Q&A with Noah Idechong

Where satellites come up short, drones can fill in a picture of our oceans

That dead whale on the beach? Let it be, study says. Or at least don’t blow it up

Ten unexpected edibles from our oceans

Hold the tree planting: Protect ecosystems first for maximum carbon storage, study says

New study shows where to focus efforts to save long-neglected small mammals

For Africa’s great apes, even ‘best-case’ climate change will decimate habitat

‘Bad science’: Planting frenzy misses the grasslands for the trees

Indonesia struggles to restore peatlands as fires strangle national parks

Mystery ailments, asymptomatic individuals: Spotlight on monkeypox in chimps

Will fish boom amid pandemic-driven fishing bust?

Where the logging ends in Indonesian Borneo, the forest clearing begins

Any illegal fishing going on around here? Ask an albatross

The long goodbye: Study declares ancient Chinese paddlefish extinct

Photos: Top 15 new species of 2019

Largest coral reef survey in French Polynesia offers hope

Bringing back extinct plants to life: Q&A with ‘plant messiah’ Carlos Magdalena

Amazonian tree with human-sized leaves finally gets ID’d as new species

Illegal logging persists in Cambodia’s Prey Lang Wildlife Sanctuary: Report

Mussel species that invaded Southeast Asian waters now appears in India

India’s Ganga River dolphins are being shouted down by noisy boats

Facebook and Instagram posts help locate pygmy seahorses in Taiwan

Can camera traps diagnose the severity of a mystery giraffe skin disease?

New maps show where giraffes live — mostly outside protected areas

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