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  1. Africa's king of beasts

    Under Wild Skies follows lions in Africa

    Story | Conversation | December 11, 2008
  2. Northern snakehead makes Arkansas arrival

    Northern snakehead makes Arkansas arrival

    Story | Conversation | May 01, 2008
  3. Unwanted Snakehead Invades Arkansas

    Bryan Hendricks

    Aggressive Asian fish species found in Lee County could colonize the lower White River

    Story | Conversation | April 30, 2008
  4. Saving the world's coastal waters

    Peter B. Lord

    Ken Sherman flew to Beijing last month expecting to see environmental officials from 60 countries make final plans to spend $250 million cleaning up the Mediterranean Sea, $650 million on coastal waters in Southeast Asia and $100 million on waters off Afr

    Story | Conversation | November 08, 2006
  5. DNA used to nab illegal shark-fin traders

    Jessica Gresko

    Federal enforcement agents spotted the suspicious bag while touring the building of a New York seafood dealer on a routine visit. Amid a half-ton of shark fins destined for Asia was a large nylon bag labeled "blanco," Spanish for white.

    Story | Conversation | August 22, 2006
  6. Asia's fishing industry loses $520 million

    ROME — The December tsunami cost the fishing industries of the seven countries hit hardest by the catastrophe $520 million, a United Nations food agency said recently.

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
  7. Group seeks to replace Asia fishing boats

    Elizabeth Dunbar

    MINNEAPOLIS — As fishermen in Thailand told Gary Dahl about the destruction and loss from the tsunami, he got an idea.

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
  8. Natural species profile — Sawtooth oak

    Kent Kammermeyer

    The sawtooth oak (Quercus acutissima) is in the red oak family. Native to Asia, it is noted for its fast growth (two feet per year) and early acorn production.

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
  9. 150 fishermen missing after Asia typhoon

    At least 150 Vietnamese fishermen were missing at sea and another 28 were found dead after their boats presumably sank during Typhoon Chanchu, a border official said Friday.

    Story | Conversation | May 22, 2006