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Grizzly moved likely daughter of famous bear No. 399

Wildlife officials in Wyoming have trapped and relocated a grizzly bear thought to be the offspring of a well-known grizzly.

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More dead wild elephants found at Thai waterfall; toll at 11

Wildlife officials in Thailand said Tuesday they have discovered the carcasses of five more wild elephants downstream from a waterfall where the bodies of six other elephants were found last weekend.

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Oil and gas lease in Montana region permanently retired

A Texas-based oil and gas company has reached an out-of-court settlement to permanently retire its oil and gas lease south of Glacier National Park on land considered sacred by the Blackfeet tribe.

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Proposed Lake Powell pipeline cost estimate lowered by $100M

Utah officials say they have shaved $100 million off the estimated price of a proposed pipeline that would pull water from Lake Powell.

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Virtual reality used to highlight uranium contamination

Activists are using virtual reality technology to focus on areas of the Navajo Nation affected by uranium contamination.

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1 of 3 units at Navajo Generating Station closes

Utility spokesman Jeff Lane says Unit 3 went offline last week. The other two units will operate full-time until the plant runs out of coal on site.

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Man jumps to death from Grand Canyon Skywalk

Authorities are trying to locate the body of a man who climbed over a safety barrier at the Grand Canyon Skywalk and apparently jumped to his death Sept. 28.

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Arizona hunters urged to use non-lead ammo to guard condors

According to the agency, 88 percent of hunters have voluntarily used ammunition without lead since 2008.

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Grand Canyon Skywalk mulling new policies after fatal jump

Officials at the Grand Canyon Skywalk are considering whether more security is needed after a man jumped to his death.

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US appeals court to decide fight over jaguar habitat

Environmentalists have argued that setting aside the territory will be crucial to helping jaguars expand their range beyond their core population south of the U.S.-Mexico border.

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