“Bearilla” is the latest media name invented that hardly means anything in relationship to the reports.
This could be quite a remarkable book. Image.
What’s the status of populations of feral dogs and wild chimps in the swamps and rural areas of North America? Terror from the Sky? Tigers in suburban locations? Images.
The Honshu wolf is the most relatively well known type of wolf of Japan, but it was not the only one. Meet the other mystery wolf. Images.
Did the Honshu wolf survive past this date and thus defy the extinction orthodoxy? Guest blogger Brent Swancer looks at some possible answers in Part 2 of “Japanese Wolves.” Images.
A guest blog series by Brent Swancer begins today. The first part of a three-part discussion of Mystery Canids in Japan. Images.
Is this new image proof of a big ginger cat said to be “the size of a small lion” stalking the hills of this island nation? Photo.
Today’s 5:00 pm free talk in the Student Center at the University of Maine at Augusta will revisit the topic of the “Maine Mutant” and other local and global adventures. Images.
The world’s smallest variety of wolf (Canis lupus hodophilax) supposedly became extinct in 1905 in Nara prefecture. But did it? Images.