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New beginnings

Just about one year ago, I resigned from the North American Wood Ape Conservancy (NAWAC). It was a decision of conscience instigated by the ethical choices being made by the group’s leadership I found indefensible, not because I didn’t agree with

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My resignation from the NAWAC

Earlier this year, after a great deal of thought, I decided to resign from the North American Wood Ape Conservancy. It was not an action I took lightly and the circumstances that led me to that choice cause me pain

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Does a bear dance in the woods?

I don’t know much, but I do know a few things. Bears are real Bears can be trained to do tricks Russians trainers seem to be especially good at it So imagine my surprise when a video of what appears

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Quest for the Kouprey

From the 1995 International Wildlife article called “Quest for the Kouprey:” Since the kouprey was discovered by Western science in 1957, biologists have crisscrossed its historical range in the shared border areas of Kampuchea (formerly Cambodia). Laos, Vietnam and Thailand, warily

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8 Humanlike Behaviors of Primates

From how they say no to the use of sex toys, primates do lots of things we do.

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