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Wildlife Wednesday: Gabby the oldest Great Lakes piping plover makes another successful migration

Plus: the stolen 200-kilo polar bear, the bat that leapfrogs its way home, and the weird ancient tree straight out of The Lorax

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Wildlife Wednesday: 14,000-year-old woolly mammoth tusk reveals 1,000-km Yukon-Alaska migration

Plus: The silver-haired bat that sings, the whale that lives in human-like clans, the industry that could breathe life into the Gulf of St. Lawrence, and the new regulations that aim to protect Canada’s most valuable fish

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Wildlife Wednesday: the vagrant sea eagle boosting North America’s economy

Plus: Canadian scientist witnesses sperm whale birth, wildlife get that shrinking feeling, migratory birds fly ever higher, and teeth tell time (sort of)

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Wildlife Wednesday: the fish fatefully divided, not by land, but by current

Plus: Death metal singing bats, the lion of the microbial world, the dino heavyweights going club-to-club, and the accidentally introduced bee threatening native species. 

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Wildlife Wednesday: can frozen “yogurt” save the little brown bat?

Plus: new K-pod whale is confirmed as female, black lynx identified for first time, goats winning the battle against sheep and the secrets of turtle hibernation are revealed

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A hoary bat roosting on the branch of a tree. (Photo: Paul Cryan, U.S. Geological Survey/Wikimedia Commons)

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Canada signs cross boundary agreement to protect bats

Canada, the United States and Mexico have for the first time formally agreed to work together to protect migratory bats, paving the way for increased coordination of and…

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