In a recent essay, the effects of metal and coal mines on salmon and trout in northwest North America are summarized, emphasizing the need for more thorough and open research to guide mining policies.
It took 46 attempts for Lingenpolter, a young male grizzly bear, to safely cross Interstate 90 highway in Montana, an east-west transcontinental freeway and the longest Interstate Highway in the United States.
Addison Bethea, 17, insisted ‘I’m still going to do what I love’ as she faces amputation following Fourth of July incident A teenager who was in hospital to have her right leg amputated on Tuesday after a shark bit her off Florida’s coast said she had no intention of abandoning her love for the water. […]
A latest analysis indicates that early human-like remains in South Africa might well be thousands of years old aged beyond initially assumed, raising the possibility that the creature’s origin led up to humanity.
Breakthrough could help conservationists revive dwindling populations of endangered species Researchers have created cloned mice from freeze dried skin cells in a world first that aims to help conservationists revive populations of endangered species. The breakthrough paves the way for countries to store skin cells from animals as an insurance policy, as the cells can […]
Approximately 5,800 power outages were registered in Alaska and its adjacent regions on Saturday, with further forecast in the days that followed.
The whale shark is a filter feeder, just like the basking shark, the second-largest fish in the world. The animal juts out its enormous jaws to eat, passively filtering everything within the path.
The marriage ritual was part of Mexico’s centuries-old indigenous ceremony, where locals treat a bride alligator as a divine being.