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Have you gone on these 7 wildlife safaris?

Cond Nast Traveller sorted through the wish lists of wildlife enthusiasts from around the world to collate this definitive guide.

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Mon Sep 01, 2014

News 4 Jax

Alligator eats Orlando man's pet dog

A trapper searched an Orlando lake Monday after an 11-foot alligator ate a man's 55-pound pit bull.

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Times-Standard

Marsh blaze likely caused by unattended cooking, warming fire

Arcata Fire Department firefighters put out hot spots near Jolly Giant Creek at the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary Sunday.

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Las Vegas Review Journal

Northern Nevada cavern fish decreasing in number

This undated file photo provided by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service via the Las Vegas Review-Journal shows two Devil's Hole pupfish in a cave at Death Valley National Park in Nevada, northwest of Las Vegas near Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge.

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This is Wiltshire

Cheers as Rabley Wood View homes bid thrown out

There were cheers when an application to build 46 houses on land next to Rabley Wood View in Marlborough was thrown out by Wiltshire Council's Eastern Area planning committee.

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San Gabriel Valley Tribune

Climate study yields bad news for tiny Nevada fish

For 10,000 years, a tiny iridescent blue fish has lived in the depths of a cavern in Nevada's desert, but a new study says climate change and warming waters -and its lack of mobility- are threatening the pupfish and decreasing its numbers.

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The Brattleboro Reformer

Vermont seeks bear teeth from successful hunters

The Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife is asking the state's successful bear hunters to submit a tooth to biologists so they can collect information about the bear population.

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WTOC-TV Savannah

Oatland Wildlife Center celebrates 40th anniversary

Oatland Wildlife Center is celebrating 40 years of memories since its start in the Savannah community in August of 1974 offering a unique learning facility for all ages.

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Sun Aug 31, 2014

Scotsman.com

British Wildlife Photography Award winners revealed

A dramatic image of gannets nesting on a far-flung rocky outcrop in the Shetland Isles amidst swirling mist is one of the award-winning pictures in the 2014 British Wildlife Photography Awards.

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WAOW

Rudolph church discovering power of community after fire

Shots fired inside a Taylor county home halted a high school football game for hours as students and staff were asked to take shelter.

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ABC Action News

Manatees may lose endangered species status

Lil' Joe the manatee floats among clumps of lettuce in the recovery pool at Sea World Orlando on October 18, 2012.

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Brandon Sun

Tough conditions for cleanup 50 years later of former Saskatchewan uranium mill

More than 50 years after a Saskatchewan uranium mill that is a key part of Canada's nuclear history closed, heavy machinery is once again rumbling across the remote northern corner of the province.

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Clacton and Frinton Gazette

Families have fun getting close to nature

HUNDREDS of families got close to nature when Elmstead Market's Beth Chatto Gardens hosted a two day wildlife fair.

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Harlan Daily Enterprise

Tree planting an honorable act

Whether you're planting a single tree in your yard or several acres on a farm, tree planting is an honorable act to perform.

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Wildlife: A century without passenger pigeons

On Sept. 1, 1914, the last known passenger pigeon died in the Cincinnati Zoo. Rarely, if ever, have we known the precise moment an entire species became extinct.

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Sat Aug 30, 2014

Gazetteandherald.co.uk

Calne's Repair Academy has flair for repair

Wiltshire Wildlife Trust manager Gary Mantle, MP Brooks Newmark, Repair Academy project manager Doug North and volunteer engineer Paul Bentley by Paul Morris A social enterprise in Calne that combines recycling with practical training was praised by the Minister for Civil Society in a visit last week.

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WGBH

When Wildlife Documentaries Jump The Shark

Mike Rowe scubas in protective underwater gear as he hosts an episode of Discovery Channel's "Shark Week."

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WCAV

2 Hurt in Separate Mishaps on Va.'s Eastern Shore

Two people have been injured in separate incidents during the start of the holiday weekend on Virginia's Eastern Shore.

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KREM-TV Spokane

State to halt wolf hunt in Stevens County during Labor Day weekend

The state Department of Fish and Wildlife will suspend its hunt for three more members of the Huckleberry wolf pack for the Labor Day weekend.

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Falmouth Packet

Amazing late summer display from Cornish marine wildlife

Cornwall's marine life has exploded into action again recently with reports of dolphins surfing in St Ives Bay, minke whales breaching off Penzance, basking sharks feeding near Porthgwarra, and rare Risso's dolphins bow-riding alongside boats returning from the Isles of Scilly.

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