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Trump Pauses The Decision On Importing African Elephant Trophies

This week, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service confirmed plans to reverse a ban on importing elephant hunting trophies from Zimbabwe and Zambia.


0:57The Earth is shown reflecting light from the sun, as photographed from the International Space Station
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A New NASA Time Lapse Shows 20 Years Of Life On Earth

1:08A 7-week-old Dachshund cross puppy
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Having A Canine Companion Could Help You Live A Longer, Healthier Life

1:04A satellite in Tromsø, Norway.
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Researchers Are Trying To Talk To Extraterrestrials Using Music

1:11A coal truck and coal
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Canada And The UK Form International Alliance To Fight Against Coal

0:48Water pipe near the tar sands
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Keystone Pipeline Temporarily Shut Off After South Dakota Oil Leak

3:09A solar farm in San Antonio, Texas
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Debriefing 'Revolt': Will Utility Companies Join Clean Energy Push?

1:12Wheat grows in a field during harvest time in Germany
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Something Else, Not Gluten, Might Be Making Some People Sick

3:09A wind farm in west Texas
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Texas Leads The Country In Wind Energy

1:41Sun peaking out behind Earth
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Scientists Don't Know Where All This Extra Antimatter Came From

1:17Elephant in the National Park, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe.
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The US Will Allow Imports Of Elephant Trophies From Zimbabwe, Zambia

7:22U.S. Secretary Interior Ryan Zinke
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Secretary Zinke Questions His Department's Loyalty

1:04Tango is photographed during a bushwalk at the Chimpanzee Conservation Centre on November 28, 2015 in Somoria, Guinea.
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Chimps Can Spread The Alert About Danger Just Like Humans Do

1:24An artist's concept of Ross 128 b
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New Planetary Discovery Is An Important Step For Finding Another Earth

1:28In this photo illustration, capsules of kratom
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FDA Warns About 'Deadly Risks' Of Taking Kratom For Opioid Addiction

1:14Blood pressure meter on table where doctor talks to patient
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You Could Have High Blood Pressure Under These New Guidelines

9:29A worker installs solar panels on a rooftop in San Antonio, Texas
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Revolt: Bigger In Texas

1:23Steam exits from the Niederaussem coal-fired power plant, shown here in November 2017
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More Than 15,000 Scientists Have Issued A Warning To Humanity

0:58Bill Gates
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Bill Gates Wants To Find A Cure For Alzheimer's

1:01A woman shows off a mason jar of algae-infected water she obtained from Lake Erie in August of 2014
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CDC: Drinking Water Contaminated By Algal Toxins Made People Sick

1:19Flying ants underneath a window
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All Those Bugs In Your Home Are Picky About Its Interior

1:21Henry Red Cloud is the founder of the Red Cloud Renewable Center.
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Henry Red Cloud Brings Solar Energy To Tribal Lands

6:37Environmental activists protest EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's scheduled speech
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The Head Of The EPA Is Waging War On The Agency From Inside

1:08A Black Angus cow grazes
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WHO To Farmers: Stop Giving So Many Antibiotics To Healthy Animals

1:07Stefan de Vrij of the Netherlands of the Netherlands Men's National Soccer Team holds gauze up to a wound on his forehead
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Wounds Can Heal Faster Depending On When The Injury Happened

1:40Pilots taking off in plane from water

Plane In Roy Halladay Crash Marketed For 'Non-Pilots' And Low Flying

1:10A man in New Delhi walks near a park littered with trash from a festival amid heavy dust and smog.
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Air Pollution In New Delhi Reaches Dangerous Levels

7:33Beijing in smog
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Could China Be The New Global Leader On Climate Change Reform?

2:52Jennifer Irving shows off Thunder Valley's regenerative community
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Debriefing 'Revolt': Why Native American Tribes Need Capital