Friday, January 16, 2015

Friday Roundup: The Week's Wildlife Links (January 16th, 2015)

There is one Wolverine in the state of California. He was just captured on a trail camera.

Eaten Alive was a media circus - here is why it was also a missed opportunity for Anaconda conservation (to put it lightly)

Clip Art Courtesy FCIT
We know people have a hard time with the size of rattlesnakes, just imagine how hard it is to know how big  marine creatures get: cool new paper lets us know. Did you know Elephant Seals can get nearly 23 feet long?!

The real-life Paddington Bear: the imperiled Spectacled Bear.

The New York Times presents a summary of our current bat conservation crisis. But, there is at least some good news.

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