Trophy Hunting

Trophy Hunting

Sportsmen in the U.S. and Canada are the driving force behind the most amazing system of wildlife conservation ever developed. Because of its resounding success, this North American Model of Wildlife Conservation is now being applied in other countries. Unfortunately, the true history of wildlife conservation, established and supported by sportsmen, is largely an untold story.

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Farmer Finds Woolly Mammoth Bones

Farmer Finds Woolly Mammoth Bones

A Michigan farmer stumbled upon the bones of a woolly mammoth just over a week ago. Soon after, a team of paleontologists from the University of Michigan recovered about 20% of a woolly mammoth’s skeleton Lima Township field in Michigan. They found the skull, tusks, some vertebrae, ribs, the pelvis and shoulder blades.

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The Silent Pursuit

The Silent Pursuit

Ben Salleras shares his history and art of bowhunting. Learn more about a man’s passion that enters a world of tradition, exploration and adventure.

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4-Legged Snake Fossil

4-Legged Snake Fossil

A four-legged snake fossil stuns scientists and ignites a spill of controversy. This recently uncovered discovery in Brazil sheds clear light on the origins of snakes as land burrowers, not sea creatures. Other debate surface from the theories of Biblical and Scientific references of why this happened and when it began.

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