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In this edition: Learn how birds—even common ones—have declined in the past half century, see photos of a rare zebra foal, learn about Thai tigers' plight, and more.
      Strange Foal     
Rare polka-dotted zebra foal photographed in Kenya
The eye-catching animal, seen in Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve, likely has a genetic mutation called pseudomelanism.
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Scores of tigers rescued from Tiger Temple died in government custody
Since 2016, more than half of the big cats seized from the controversial Thai tourist attraction have perished.
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Tiny number of elephant seal 'supermoms' produce most pups
Nearly wiped out due to hunting in the early 1900s, the species is bouncing back—and these formidable parents help explain why.
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Three billion birds have been lost in North America since 1970
Due to habitat loss, pesticides, and more, North America’s springs are more silent than ever.
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Orangutans
The name “orangutan” derives from Malay and Indonesia words orang, meaning "person", and hutan, meaning "forest,” thus "person of the forest.” There are three species: Sumatran, Bornean, and Tapanuli orangutans.
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The Tapanuli organutan is the world’s rarest great ape, discovered only in 2017, and its survival is imminently threatened by the planned construction of a hydroelectric power plant in Sumatra.
 
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