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Scientists trumpet elephant-shrew discoveryupdated: Tue Sep 21 2010 09:41:00

A group of international and Kenyan scientists believe they may have discovered a new mammal species in a Kenyan forest near the Somali border.

Group to focus on saving amphibiansupdated: Fri Aug 28 2009 04:52:00

The world has a new alliance to save vanishing frogs, toads and salamanders.

'Mythical' animal finally poses for cameraupdated: Thu Sep 11 2008 09:28:00

Rare images of an African animal so elusive that it was once believed to be mythical have been released.

Stranded dolphins dieupdated: Thu Jun 12 2008 11:19:00

At least 21 dolphins died after swimming up Percuil River near Falmouth, England. ITN's Sue Saville reports.

No answers yet to mass dolphin strandingupdated: Thu Jun 12 2008 11:19:00

Initial post-mortem examinations on some of the 26 dolphins found dead in southwestern England this week fail to explain why the animals swam ashore in Britain's biggest mass stranding of marine animals for nearly 30 years, scientists said Thursday.

Rare pygmy hippos caught on cameraupdated: Mon Mar 10 2008 13:21:00

An endangered and secretive animal rarely seen in the wild has been caught on camera in West Africa.

Thames whale 'died of dehydration'updated: Wed Jan 25 2006 05:12:00

Experts say the whale which got stranded in the Thames in London died from a combination of factors including severe dehydration.

Race to save whale in Londonupdated: Fri Jan 20 2006 08:12:00

It's a whale of a tale -- a bottle-nosed whale swimming up the River Thames past Big Ben and Parliament as rows of worried Londoners looked on.

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