National Wildlife Federation’s Wildlife News Roundup for November 26th, 2010

Lot’s of major international news items today, updates on some species and some animal oddities:

California: update on the fate of the sea otter: http://bit.ly/gdI4I1

Photos: It seems that bears have taught a wolf to catch salmon! http://bit.ly/hQ16K6

Update on mysterious disease that is killing millions of bats: http://bit.ly/hK5Iq3

Ten curious things you didn’t know about turkeys: http://bit.ly/ePiYaT

Russian summit sees 13 nations agree to double the number of wild tigers before its too late: http://bit.ly/fQIZz3

Actor Harrison Ford on fighting illegal wildlife trade: http://bit.ly/hPe6hq

Status of the stunning proposal to build a highway through the Serengeti wildlife park: http://bit.ly/e8lGlA

Divers have discovered the world’s longest chalk reef — beneath the North Sea: http://bit.ly/gfycFE

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