Conservationists divided on Florida’s decision to kill off invasive iguanas

Florida is struggling with a fast-increasing population of invasive green iguanas that began as a small group of released and escaped pets. Thriving in the warm sunshine and humid climate, experts believe hundreds of thousands of nonnative iguanas… Read More
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Bluefin tuna regs now on the table: Help protect these amazing fish

 There is good news when it comes to western Atlantic Bluefin tuna – not something you hear often – unintended catch (or bycatch) of this species has decreased dramatically over the past few years in the Gulf… Read More
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Abused and abandoned primates: We must give them a voice

By Robin Huffman, Safina Center Fellow Volunteering at primate sanctuaries caring for the monkeys and apes I paint is a very large part of what informs my portraits. I often spend months with them, seven days a week,… Read More
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