New research suggests that recent moves to increase the numbers of sought-after trophy species might be ill-advised and counterproductive.
By using foxlights, which mimic a person walking with a flashlight, researchers were able to cut down big cat attacks on llamas and alpacas in the Andes.
Some Floridians have turned on their once-beloved state cat.
The large, wild cat native to North America goes by many names—wildcat, catamount, panther, mountain lion—but, technically, none of those are correct. How do we have such varied interpretations of an animal we rarely still interact with?