By Jessica Law
A vulture rides the thermals a thousand meters above the ground, the savanna laid out before her in a vast, emerald patchwork. Her soaring may look serene, but her eyes are constantly trained on […]
Written by Alex Dale
In the 2011 animated film Rio, Blu, a captive-raised Spix’s Macaw, arrives in Brazil to mate with the last-known wild member of his species, a female named Jewel. But according to B […]
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