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Video: Kanzi the 34-year-old bonobo shows just how closely he is related to humans by engaging in the classic campfire ritual.
Two leatherback turtles fitted with satellite devices can be tracked online over the Christmas holiday.
New Yorkers beware! A new species of roach may have emerged from the streets of the Big Apple.
German film crew finally gets footage of the shy Cross River gorilla by staking out some fig trees.
Zoos around the world present holiday treats to their animal residents.
Embrace the uncomfortable truth that sometimes nature bites.
American Municipal Power abandons plans to build a much-protested coal-fired power plant in southeast Ohio.
Newly discovered sea cow fossil helps scientists understand Madagascar's evolutionary history.
Video: Rachel Maddow is joined by New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, fresh from attending the climate change conference in Copenhagen.
As many as 419 manatees have been found dead since Jan. 1, the highest number on record for a calendar year.
Here's how they're connected: Red knots feast on horseshoe crab eggs in Delaware Bay before flying 10,000 miles. Now, spawning and migration are not always synching up correctly. Is climate change to blame?
Video: The zoo is one of the few diversions available in Gaza. After their two zebras died, the Marah Zoo found it impossible to replace them. That's when zoo workers got creative.
We're proud of our first year, and we'd like to share our most-viewed and remarked-upon articles of the year.
Only a handful of 2009 environmental stories had nothing to do with global warming -- sort of. Our media columnist rounds them up.
Exhausted delegates agree after all-night talks to recognize a compromise brokered by President Obama with China and other emerging powers.
Catch up on the environmental headlines from the week of Dec. 13-19.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.