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In half a century, since the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone National Park, where the last of the wolves had been previously killed in 1926, changes abounded. Not only did the food chain change, with multiple species numbers increasing, but…
The WWF released the 2014 Living Planet Report citing a 52% decline of wildlife between 1970 and 2010, “a much bigger decrease than has been reported previously.” Latin America's 83% decline of animal loss is found in many of its…
  There's an elusive fish that exists with a transparent head. Its eyes rest in the dome, protected, while those two dots that look like eyes above the Pacific barreleye fish's mouth are actually nostrils. This is the first time…
Let's get this clear- if the bee is dead, its dead. However, many times honeybees, being those busy bee workers, exhaust themselves with the weight of the honey on their back and cannot make it back to the nest. They…
Point. Shoot. Click. It's as easy as that to become a citizen scientist of the world. We do it already with Instagram whenever we see some cool bug, animal, or flower. Why not just forward that same photo down to…
After several stupid moments yesterday, I remembered Aesop's fable “The Crow and the Pitcher:” In a spell of dry weather, when the Birds could find very little to drink, a thirsty Crow found a pitcher with a little water in…
There's a lake in Indonesia on the island of Palau called Jellyfish Lake. You can swim there amongst millions of jellyfish without fear of the sting. Since they've evolved with few predators, they had no reason to produce any venom.…
Texaco did it again. They showed their colors, and they are the colors of d*bags. Well, actually the company's colors seem to be red and white, but the colors of the people who run that company are the colors of…
The crab tree opened two mornings ago, releasing white flowers to decorate the sky. A honey bee landed on the purple weeds before lifting off and touching down again, over and over. I took my morning coffee on the patio,…
Lunch was served in freshly cut bamboo sliced in half. We used them as plates for the noodles that were heated up on the camp fire next to a disappearing creek. My partner managed to get more noodles on his…