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The world’s best wildlife photography reveals a fragile, beautiful realm

The world’s best wildlife photography reveals a fragile, beautiful realm " Wildlife photography joins in this ancient representative tradition, giving new life to animals as symbols and storytellers for the natural world.Nowhere is this better exemplified than in the annual competition run by the Natural History Museum of London.

This national park tracked down rhino poachers thanks to a selfie

This national park tracked down rhino poachers thanks to a selfie The Assam Police has tracked down two poachers through the selfies clicked inside Kaziranga National Park in northeastern India.The duo had allegedly killed a female rhino in June last year, and were arrested on Wednesday in central Assam’s Nagaon district, the Hindustan Times reported.

This disturbing dolphin selfie trend is a low point for humanity

This disturbing dolphin selfie trend is a low point for humanity Another baby dolphin has died in Argentina after tourists ripped it from the ocean and mobbed it to touch it and take snaps with it.A YouTube video shows beachgoers in San Bernardo, about 200 miles south of Buenos Aires, standing and kneeling to pet the small animal.

To hunt in the dark, these fish bring their own 'flashlights'

To hunt in the dark, these fish bring their own 'flashlights' That's exactly how reef-dwelling Anomalops katoptron fish find and gobble up their planktonic prey, German scientists found.Splitfin flashlight fish have bean-shaped organs beneath their eyes that host light-producing bacteria.

Young snake catcher dies while attempting to kiss a cobra

Young snake catcher dies while attempting to kiss a cobra A 21-year-old snake catcher in India died after attempting to kiss a cobra.Somnath Mhatre (Smith Mhatre on Facebook) had reportedly rescued the snake from under a car in Navi Mumbai, about 16 miles outside Mumbai.

Why Google's Valentine's Day game is a lot darker than you think

Why Google's Valentine's Day game is a lot darker than you think com, and you'll see a pair of enamored pangolins prepping for Valentine's Day this week.Native to Asia and Sub-Saharan Africa, the termite-eating pangolins are thought to be the most trafficked animals in the world.

Africa's elusive forest elephants are disappearing

Africa's elusive forest elephants are disappearing The clock is ticking to save Central Africa's forest elephants.Populations of the elusive elephants have plunged by around 80 percent inside one of the region's most important nature preserves.