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October, 29, 2016

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A global conference on wildlife trade wrapped up on Tuesday after adopting a slew of decisions to curb rampant trafficking of threatened species such as sharks and pangolins.
The landmark Paris climate pact is poised to enter into force globally after the European Parliament joined the world's top polluters in endorsing the deal to slow the planet's dangerous temperature rise.
A sacred site named 'Devils Tower'
This undated file photo shows "Devils Tower," near Moorcraft, in northeastern Wyoming.
A native California frog once on the brink of extinction is making an encouraging comeback in Yosemite National Park, raising hopes for amphibians like it worldwide that are dying off at an alarming rate, researchers said Monday.
The planet's three most dangerous greenhouse gases are rising, and fossil fuels must be taxed to protect children from the costly turmoil of rising seas and extreme storms, world-renowned climate scientist James Hansen warned Tuesday.
Oldest living gorilla has a new great-grandbaby, JJ
The longest-living gorilla on record has another great-grandbaby.
US cities increasingly dealing with messy goose poop problem
Canada geese are loud, aggressive and annoying, but worst of all they poop everywhere -- a messy problem vexing cities across the country trying to keep their parks clean and safe.
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A railway runs through it: Nairobi's famed national park threatened by China-backed construction
Munching, the giraffe looks up towards the skyscrapers looming in the distance.
A new study finds that unusually warm Pacific Ocean temperatures helped cause a massive bloom of toxic algae last year that closed lucrative fisheries from California to British Columbia and disrupted marine life from seabirds to sea lions.
Multiple dead whales beached in Chile, climate change suspected
Several huge whales have washed up dead over recent months on beaches in northern Chile, where scientists suspect they are moving in increasing numbers due to climate change.
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