These Arctic heavyweights use their massive bow-shaped heads to crash through sea ice. But they’re still struggling to survive. Learn why.
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The Barton Springs Pool in Austin, Texas gets more than 340,000 visitors annually. People come from all over to take a dip in the warm spring waters year round but few of them know they’re swimming with an endangered species!
This year marks the 30th anniversary of the black-footed ferret’s rediscovery. With the help of the ESA, these small predators fought back from the brink of extinction and were reintroduced to the wild.
All summer we’ve spotlighted some of the best places around the country to reconnect with nature and enjoy wildlife. As autumn draws near, we take a look at our last refuge in this series: the Nisqually National Wildlife Refuge in Washington State.
Manatees grace the coastal waters of Florida with surprising elegance, bringing a bevy of tourists eager to see the massive “sea cows”