Most Popular and Widely-Read Articles in Apr 2013

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The purpose of this review is to highlight the most popular and widely-read articles during the previous month. During April our global team of wildlife photographers and authors published 182 articles in promoting the cause of .

First prize goes once again to with Komodo and its Dragons, an article published in August last year and one which continues to stimulate great interest. Second prize goes to for Brakend Tureluurtje and third prize to for Orange County (California) Birds of Prey.

Komodo Dragon regurgitating by Adam Riley

Brakend Tureluurtje by Tom Smit

Orange County (California) Birds of Prey by Paul Marto

Several of the more popular articles were written by guest authors from other blogs. The most widely-read article in this category was The beautiful amphibian from Hell: scientists discover new crocodile newt in (photos) written by Jeremy Hance.

Most Popular and Widely-Read Articles in Apr 2013

  1. Komodo and its Dragons » Focusing on Wildlife [280 Views]

  2. The beautiful amphibian from Hell: scientists discover new crocodile newt in Vietnam (photos) » Focusing on Wildlife [259 Views]

  3. Brakend Tureluurtje » Focusing on Wildlife [210 Views]

  4. Beautiful striped bat is the “find of a lifetime” (photos) » Focusing on Wildlife [194 Views]

  5. New giant tarantula that’s taken media by storm likely Critically Endangered (photos) » Focusing on Wildlife [190 Views]

  6. Sumatran rhino found in Kalimantan after unseen in region for 20 years » Focusing on Wildlife [174 Views]

  7. The Thai ‘honeypots’ used to traffic wild animals out of South Africa: Women pose as hunters with licences to slaughter rhinos » Focusing on Wildlife [170 Views]

  8. Starry frog rediscovered after thought extinct for 160 years (photos) » Focusing on Wildlife [162 Views]

  9. Orange County (California) Birds of Prey » Focusing on Wildlife [151 Views]

  10. Scientists discover two new remarkably-colored lizards in the Peruvian Amazon (photos) » Focusing on Wildlife [147 Views]

  11. Gold and poaching bring murder and misery to Congolese wildlife reserve » Focusing on Wildlife [128 Views]

  12. The Taiji (with graphic videoclip!) » Focusing on Wildlife [128 Views]

  13. Humans killed over 10 percent of the world’s bird species when they colonized the Pacific Islands » Focusing on Wildlife [124 Views]

  14. NOAA declares “Unusual Mortality Event” for California Sea Lions » Focusing on Wildlife [121 Views]

  15. Saviours or villains: controversy erupts as New Zealand plans to drop over Critically Endangered frog habitat » Focusing on Wildlife [117 Views]

  16. Madagascar’s chameleons came from African mainland » Focusing on Wildlife [116 Views]

  17. enlisting impoverished as accomplices in , rhino killing » Focusing on Wildlife [111 Views]

  18. Orphaned rhino struggles to survive after mother killed » Focusing on Wildlife [108 Views]

  19. Volcano Birds in the Modern Age » Focusing on Wildlife [104 Views]

  20. Canon EF 300mm f/2.8L IS II USM Review » Focusing on Wildlife [96 Views]

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