The Nature Conservancy of Canada recently acquired more than 780 acres of private land along the Nova Scotia-New Brunswick boundary.
A federal court ruled Tuesday that hunters who shot polar bears in the Canadian Arctic prior to their designation as a threatened species cannot import the animals to the U.S.
A bloody shark feeding frenzy was on the menu at the new Applebee’s restaurant in Coney Island.
Cheetahs might be the fastest terrestrial hunter on the planet, but it has only recently been discovered that speed is not the most important factor to the big cats' hunting success. A study conducted by the Royal Veterinary College in London determined that: “Grip and maneuverability, rather than top speed, were shown to be key to hunting success. Hunts involved considerable maneuvering.”
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA Fisheries spokeswoman Kim Amendola confirmed that the fish has been confiscated by law enforcement and that her agency is investigating the fishy business surrounding the tuna in cooperation with Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.
A&E’s “Duck Dynasty,” a show about long-bearded, redneck gazillionaires who eat frogs and ducks and catch squirrels barehanded, delivered 9.6 million viewers for its recent Season 3 finale and averaged 8.4 million viewers through the season.
The peregrine falcon is a pint-sized rocket with razor-sharp talons capable of hitting speeds of 240 mph.
A 17-pound, 6-ounce snakehead caught in Virginia could be a world record.
A potential world record mako shark was caught in California Monday morning.
The Marines Corp will host its first ever snakehead fishing tournament in Quantico, Virginia.
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