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  • Ecologists Have Found 32 Species of Harlequin Frogs in Ecuador that were Thought to Be Extinct
    by Andy Corbley on November 30, 2022 at 1:31 pm

    In one of the most biodiverse countries on Earth, ecologists have found 32 species of the ever-divergent Harlequin frog, all of which were thought to be extinct. It’s one of the largest cataloged rediscoveries of animals in the history of science, and has shown that there is still plenty of hope these amphibian “gems” can The post Ecologists Have Found 32 Species of Harlequin Frogs in Ecuador that were Thought to Be Extinct appeared first on Good News Network.

  • The ‘T. Rex of its Day’ Lived 340 million Years Ago with Razor Sharp Teeth and Strange Connection to Us
    by Andy Corbley on November 29, 2022 at 5:30 pm

    A terrifying predator that lived 340 million years ago has been dubbed “the T. rex of its day.” Named Whatcheeria deltae, it had huge razor sharp teeth, and as well as being one of the first creatures ever to hunt on land, it had growth patterns rather more like humans than reptiles, amphibians, or fish. The post The ‘T. Rex of its Day’ Lived 340 million Years Ago with Razor Sharp Teeth and Strange Connection to Us appeared first on Good News Network.

  • The Galapagos Penguin, One of the World’s Rarest, Sees a Glimmer of Hope
    by Andy Corbley on November 28, 2022 at 7:30 pm

    The Galapagos Islands are famous for their marine iguanas, their giant tortoises, and their seabirds, but they also host the world’s most northerly-dwelling penguin. Even though their populations have suffered greatly from the influx of invasive species like feral cats, a determined conservation effort is seeing their numbers rebound. No one quite knows why or The post The Galapagos Penguin, One of the World’s Rarest, Sees a Glimmer of Hope appeared first on Good News Network.

  • Efforts to Save Endangered Blue Butterfly Quadruples its Population–but Also Saves a Lupine from Extinction
    by Andy Corbley on November 28, 2022 at 1:30 pm

    In the Willamette Valley of Oregon, the long study of a butterfly once thought extinct has led to a chain reaction of conservation in a long-cultivated region. The conservation work, along with helping other species, has been so successful that the Fender’s blue butterfly is slated to be downlisted from Endangered to Threatened on the The post Efforts to Save Endangered Blue Butterfly Quadruples its Population–but Also Saves a Lupine from Extinction appeared first on Good News Network.

  • Three Rare White Reindeer Calves Get Ready For Christmas, Joining the UK’s Only Herd
    by Good News Network on November 26, 2022 at 11:58 pm

    These three adorable white reindeer calves are getting ready for Christmas as the UK’s only herd. The three babies, named Mr. Whippy, Vanilla, and 99, were born in the summer and are now ready to join the rest of the herd on a tour around the country in the run up to Christmas. During the The post Three Rare White Reindeer Calves Get Ready For Christmas, Joining the UK’s Only Herd appeared first on Good News Network.