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Death on the ocean floor: a great white shark mystery

Encountering the carcass of one of the ocean’s top predators and how studying its remains can help researchers save the living

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Wildlife Wednesday: the monumental task of taking a polar bear to the vet

Plus: a mother orca’s burden, hope for sharks and rays, the link between salmon and wildflowers, and financially tracking the illegal wildlife trade

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Wildlife Wednesday: how chaos theory can explain narwhals’ weird behaviour

Plus: size matters for female bighorn sheep, the hidden migration of North American dragonflies, helping trees move north and the great white who drew itself

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Wildlife Wednesday: blue shark sightings boom in the Bay of Fundy

Plus: a sticky new way to track polar bears, curious squirrel behaviour, Canada’s answer to the Galapagos and the algal experiment blasting off into space.

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Wildlife Wednesday: new technique produces much needed female wood bison calves at Toronto Zoo

Plus: “bees of the sea” are pollinating underwater plants, snow geese are bouncing back hard, Greenland sharks are appearing in unlikely waters and birds are proving smarter than ever

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Dead or alive: A dive into the landing ban on endangered shortfin mako sharks

Under Canadian leadership, the landing ban means more sharks will survive accidental capture — but is it enough?

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The spiny dogfish made history when it was certified as the world’s first sustainable shark fishery in 2011

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The great green shark hunt 

Can British Columbia’s spiny dogfish make the grade as the world’s first “sustainable” shark fishery?

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