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N.H. (AP) A marine biologist is asking town officials in Hampton, N.H., to put rules in place to deal with any dead seals that wash ashore on town beaches. The Portsmouth Herald reports that Ellen Goethel will go before the Hampton Board of Selectmen
In the first week of sales, the Wisconsin DNR received 4,726 applications for its inaugural wolf hunting and trapping season, which is scheduled to begin Oct. 15 and run until the state-imposed quota of 201 wolves is met...Aggressive otters: For the
It's angry otters that are chasing visitors out of the woods in northern Minnesota. In less than a month, unusually aggressive otters have attacked two Twin Cities women swimming in lakes about 60 miles apart. They're two of the three attacks
This pleased-looking pup gives Mr Mustard a tap on the shoulder to congratulate him on his picture Judging by the size of his smile and gentle pat on the back, Alex's handiwork has been given the seal of approval...The diver was swarmed with the
The Otter Creek Water Reclamation District exists essentially on paper alone...But it does have millions of dollars of debt and a well-paid lawyer. If South Elgin has its way, though, the district will cease to exist before the year is out. The
Woman with flesh-eating disease refusing pain meds Woman with flesh-eating disease refusing pain meds A Georgia woman fighting a flesh-eating disease is refusing to take pain medications during some procedures, partly because of her personal
When two elephant seals pups named Alabaster and Lucius dipped their flippers into the cool low surf at the Montage beach on Sunday, they hesitated swimming out to sea and instead lingered on the sand. The two pups, along with a third named Killian,
A baby female river otter, believed to be five to seven weeks old, was brought to the WildCare wildlife rehabilitation center in San Rafael over Memorial Day weekend after concerned neighbors rescued it from the waters near Via La Brisa in Greenbrae.
New addition Deangelo Mack added a much-needed bat to the Evansville Otters' offense Friday night, but it wasn't enough in a 3-2 loss to the Joliet Slammers. An outfielder acquired in a trade earlier Friday, the left-side hitting Mack drove in the go-
Story continues below They flipped out when they saw the seal waddling through their properties, streets back from the beach. The seal must have somehow crossed busy Point Nepean Road, climbed a large hill and become confused about 1.5km from home.