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Some of the thousands of mink culled in Denmark due to COVID fears rise from their shallow graves because gases have built up in their decaying bodies.

This year’s fires were deadly for both humans and wildlife. Thanks to veterinary care, a raccoon is returning to Orange County, while a trio of mountain lions will move to an Ohio zoo.

New Danish agriculture minister is tapped after his predecessor illegally ordered the killing of all Danish minks amid COVID-19 fears.

After two decades of advocacy and setbacks, the grass-roots movement to take down four dams in the Klamath River Basin is close to success.

A Sonoma County park’s wildlife cameras caught deer, bobcat, jackrabbit and other critters returning to an area devastated by fire.

The 6- to 8-month-old female was found burned and alone on a Yucaipa trail by a woman walking her dogs

A plan to boost eco-tourism on Catalina Island by increasing the number of bison has recharged a debate over the environmental impacts of the shaggy beasts

Denmark’s prime minister says the government wants to cull all 15 million minks in Danish farms to reduce the risk they’ll pass the coronavirus to humans.

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