It took quite some time and a lot of patience, but we’ve trapped a bear! Here's what happens now.
To understand how bears and humans live together, we have to first learn where the bears are, says Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant.
Center for Biodiversity and Conservation researcher Rae Wynn-Grant tracks bears in the American West, hoping to prevent them from coming into contact with human populations.
During an expedition to Cambodia, Museum researchers experimented with a new method of tracking endangered animals by analyzing the gut contents of bloodsucking leeches.