Hunters armed with biopsy darts may be the key to assessing cougar populations, according to a new study. Read full report.
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From western Europe to the Yukon, the grasslands of the Northern Hemisphere used to belong to the cave lion. The bones of this massive and maneless cat, larger than today's lion, can be found from the caves of Eurasia to Arctic permafrost. But what were these burly pantherines? Were they something truly distinct, or a variation of the regal felids that roam Africa and India today? Read full report.
Every year, at least 30,000 people — and possibly 10 times that — are infected with the bacterium that causes Lyme disease, most in the Northeast and upper Midwest. Symptoms can include fatigue, joint pain, memory problems and even temporary paralysis. In a small minority of cases, the malaise can persist for many months. Read full report.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has confirmed yet another sighting of a cougar in the state... the first confirmed sighting this year following multiple sightings in 2015. Read full report.
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