Bee Engaged With Youth – World Bee Day

Bees and other pollinators, such as butterflies, bats, and hummingbirds, are increasingly under threat due to human activities. Pollination is vital for the survival of ecosystems, with nearly 90% of wild flowering plant species and over 75% of food crops relying on animal pollination. Moreover, pollinators are also crucial for food security and biodiversity conservation. […]

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Apex Predator River Monster

Apex predator river monster that’s strangled US waterways is spreading The flathead catfish can grow to 120lbs and is now in Canada after going north Scientists blame climate change for its spread and fear it is devastating rivers A river monster that can reach 120lbs and eat anything nearby is tightening its chokehold on America’s […]

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‘Puppy Bowl’ 2024

‘Puppy Bowl’ celebrates a big anniversary this year, one that shelter and rescue pups will cheer The annual “Puppy Bowl” turns 20 this year, well over middle age in dog years. But does the sheer cuteness of it really ever get old? “Who doesn’t want to watch dogs play all day long?” asks Laurie Johnson, […]

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Cat Video Sent 19M Miles

NASA beamed ultra-high definition video of a cat named Taters back to Earth from nearly 19 million miles away, the space agency said Monday. The 15-second cat video was sent to Earth as an experiment for NASA’s Deep Space Optical Communications. The space agency hopes to one day stream very high-bandwidth video and other data […]

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Illegal Sale of Dinosaur Bones That Were Shipped to China

A federal grand jury in Salt Lake City returned a 13-count indictment charging four people with allegedly buying and selling more than $1 million in “paleontological resources,” which includes dinosaur bones that were exported to China, authorities announced Thursday. Vint Wade, 65, and Donna Wade, 67, of Moab, Utah; Steven Willing, 67, of Los Angeles, […]

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It Took Two Months To Free Juggles

A curious bear cub got his head stuck in a plastic jug. It took two months to free Juggles. Abear cub got a little too interested in a pet food feeder and got its head stuck inside the plastic container – where it stayed for nearly two months – until Tennessee wildlife workers freed it. […]

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PFAS Have Been Found In Animals

As research on toxic “forever chemicals” continues, more is being learned about not only the impacts on humans, but on animals as well. Here’s what you should know about the research in Wisconsin on that topic. Have PFAS been found in animals in Wisconsin? Yes. Sean Strom, a wildlife toxicologist for the Department of Natural […]

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Asteroid Sample Has Landed

A long-awaited asteroid sample has landed in the US An asteroid sample collected by NASA has touched down on Earth, giving scientists the opportunity to learn more about the origins of the solar system and capturing a piece of a massive space rock that has a chance of colliding with our planet in the future. […]

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Mysterious Blue Dogs

Something very strange was recently discovered near an old, abandoned chemical plant in Russia: a pack of stray dogs covered in blue fur. The Dzerzhinskoye Orgsteklo plant, which once made hydrocyanic acid and plexiglass, closed down about six years ago — but the building still stands. People who live near the plant began spotting the […]

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Dogs of Chernobyl

The Dogs of Chernobyl Are Experiencing Rapid Evolution, Study Suggests For decades, scientists have studied animals living in or near the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant to see how increased levels of radiation affect their health, growth, and evolution. A new study analyzed the DNA of 302 feral dogs living near the power plant, compared the […]

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