Current specimen collection methods are threatening endangered species, a team of researchers from Arizona State University (ASU) says.
The accepted logic is that golf courses - with their extreme demands on local water reserves and constant altering of the landscape - are ecological disasters. New research out of the University of Missouri suggests a viable habitat is possible under certain conditions, and enhanced management practices may, in fact, be beneficial to ecosystems within golf courses.
With gerenuks on the decline in the wild, groups like the SSP are seeing to their survival in captivity.
Cats in the United States kill billions of birds and small mammals every year, according to a new study.