"High-energy" is one phrase unlikely to bring to mind slugs, creatures that tend to grab our attention only when we find them in the vegetable garden. Not so for the newest critter to be added to the species list of Pacific Rim National Park Reserve of Canada.
The tiny coeur d'Alene salamander-an endangered species in the United States-was recently found in Mount Revelstoke National Park of Canada in British Columbia. The park was established in 1914, but it's no wonder no one reported spotting the striped salamander until now.
Recent DNA analysis of a hair sample collected in Fundy National Park of Canada in New Brunswick may add fuel to the argument that cougars are still roaming Eastern Canada .
Three relocated females of the endangered jeffersonii subspecies of the American badger have given birth in British Columbia's Kootenay National Park of Canada.