Migration is a part of many animals’ yearly trek from feeding grounds and breeding grounds, and from waters in temperate zones to tropical waters. Have you ever wondered which animal swims the farthest?
Here are a few of our favorite conservation stories from this past year:
In a recent study of humpback whales, scientists sought to better understand the presence of altruism (also known as selflessness) in the animal kingdom.
Nine North American populations of humpback whales have been taken off the endangered species list, while seven species of bees find themselves added to the list.
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