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Their dilemma has become so critical that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is now being sued for refusing to disclose what it is doing to maintain the critically endangered species.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service classified an extinct population of caribou as endangered; six elephants in Thailand died trying to save one another from falling down a waterfall; and the town of Garfield, New Jersey, was plagued by feral cats.

The Kirtland's warbler has required protections for as long as there has been an Endangered Species Act, but that is changing, according to the Fish and Wildlife Service.

Earlier this week, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service officially delisted Kirtland’s warbler from the endangered species list.

Pangolins do not have teeth. Instead, they eat small stones and let them rattle around in their stomachs, slowly crushing their food into bits. (Source: US Fish and Wildlife Service.) via qikipedia

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Because judges are agreeing with those suing (environmental, local and Native American groups) that the various agencies - Fish & Wildlife, Army Corps, and Forest Service - have mysteriously moved faster on things in ways they should not have.

The Fish and Wildlife Service has announced it is removing the notably loudmouthed songbird from the endangered species list.

The Kirtland's warbler has required protections for as long as there has been an Endangered Species Act, but that is changing, according to the Fish and Wildlife Service.

“We tell people not to run in grizzly bear habitat,” said a former coordinator for the grizzly bear recovery program of the Fish and Wildlife Service. “Agencies are permitting the very activities we are telling people not to do.”

@AustraliaZoo  will welcome hundreds of veterans free of charge later this month, honouring their service and commitment. On October 28th veterans can visit the zoo for free to enjoy the park’s unique wildlife experience. #7NEWS 

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The new regulations change how the Fish and Wildlife Service and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration consider whether species qualify for protections, as well as how the agencies determine which habitats deserve special protections.

Every night this orphaned baby elephant sleeps next to a guy who makes him feel safe. #DodoHeroes  🐘💙 @DSWT  works in partnership with the Wildlife Service'>Kenya Wildlife Service to treat injured animals in Kenya; click here to support their ongoing work: .

JUST IN: The Trump administration has announced a broad set of changes to how the Endangered Species Act is enforced. Wildlife advocates warn that the changes will make it easier for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to ignore imperiled species and their habitat.

Every night this orphaned baby elephant sleeps next to a guy who makes him feel safe. #DodoHeroes  🐘💙 @DSWT  works in partnership with the Wildlife Service'>Kenya Wildlife Service to treat injured animals in Kenya; click here to support their ongoing work: .

A federal judge in Montana said that grizzly bears in and around Yellowstone National Park should remain a protected species, reversing a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service decision.

A federal judge in Montana said that grizzly bears in and around Yellowstone National Park should remain a protected species, reversing a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service decision.

Pangolins do not have teeth. Instead, they eat small stones and let them rattle around in their stomachs, slowly crushing their food into bits. (Source: US Fish and Wildlife Service.)

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My thoughts are with the family, friends and colleagues of Shri S. Manikandan, who lost his life while on duty at the Nagarahole Tiger Reserve. The country will remember him for his rich service and passion towards wildlife and forest conservation: PM

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has begun issuing permits for lions killed in Zimbabwe and Zambia, reports.

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