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More than 5 million hectares of land – about 12.5 million acres – have been decimated, at least a half-billion animals killed, thousands of homes destroyed and at least 23 people have lost their lives as out-of-control fires continue to ravage Australia.

Most of the large animals that have walked the surface of Earth are no longer here. Why?

After reading my column about biologists who once stocked a Southeast Alaska island with wolves, a reader mailed me a book. In it, the author …

Before we get started, I’d like to wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving. Despite how things might be going for you currently, you really do have …

It’s officially fall and the Autumn Equinox divides the day and night equally. Today (Wednesday)—in Palmer Alaska, we have 12 hours and 4 minu…