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Wildlife Wednesday: Northern map turtles “breathe” through their skin to survive winter ice

Plus: caribou on camera in Wapusk National Park, black bears take over Yellowknife and large-taloned bird ancestry revealed

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Wildlife Wednesday: Washington cougar boldly swims where no cougar has swam before

Plus: Honey bees love a puzzle and the efforts to save bison in Saskatoon, caribou in Jasper and spotted owls in B.C.

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Wildlife Wednesday: do trees really use underground networks of fungi to talk?

Plus: Orca missing out on the fattiest fish, the happy decline of humpback whale song, the 3,000-year-old caribou calving grounds and B.C.’s crabby green-shelled army

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Wildlife Wednesday: The ancient pre-primates that once roamed Canada’s Arctic

Plus: Alaskan wolves are getting a taste for sea otter, right whale-friendly lobster traps are hitting the market, AI is helping the fight against invasive phragmites, and First Nations discuss caribou protection

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The (re)naming of caribou

The failure to recognize distinct species and subspecies of caribou is hampering efforts to conserve them. So, I revised their taxonomy.

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Wildlife Wednesday: The land-to-sea evolution of the whale eye

Plus: the ins-and-outs of a Vancouver zoo wolf break-out, caribou conservation controversy in Quebec, more marmots on Vancouver Island and the tick-busting pine needle discovered in Nova Scotia

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Mapping the decline of Canada’s caribou

 A snapshot of the country’s drastically dwindling caribou herds

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What spiders can teach us about ecology

The spider's web is the perfect metaphor for the interconnections between species, people and place

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