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Indian Wolf is One of World’s Most Endangered Wolves

Written by on September 16, 2021 in Environment, Wildlife with 0 Comments
Indian Wolf is One of World’s Most Endangered Wolves

Findings indicate Indian wolves are only found in India and Pakistan, where their habitat is threatened by land-use changes and human population shifts. #IndianWolf #endangeredspecies

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‘Momentous’ Moratorium on Deep Sea Mining Adopted at Global Biodiversity Summit

Written by on September 12, 2021 in Environment, Environmental Hazards, Wildlife with 0 Comments
‘Momentous’ Moratorium on Deep Sea Mining Adopted at Global Biodiversity Summit

A vote overwhelmingly in favor of placing a moratorium on deep-sea mineral mining at a global biodiversity summit this week has put urgent pressure on the International Seabed Authority to strictly regulate the practice. #ProtectTheOceans #DeepSeaMining

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Blue Whales Return to Spain’s Coast After Disappearing for 40 Years

Written by on September 5, 2021 in Environment, Wildlife with 0 Comments
Blue Whales Return to Spain’s Coast After Disappearing for 40 Years

The return of the blue whales following a decades-long absence may be driven by homesickness or the cultural memory of the species, experts believe. #bluewhales

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Yellowstone is Losing Its Snow as the Climate Warms, and that Means Widespread Problems for Water and Wildlife

Yellowstone is Losing Its Snow as the Climate Warms, and that Means Widespread Problems for Water and Wildlife

A new assessment of climate change in the two national parks and surrounding forests and ranchland warns of the potential for significant changes as the region continues to heat up. #climatechange #YellowstoneNationalPark

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EPA Inaction Blamed as US Bees Suffer Second Highest Colony Losses on Record

Written by on June 25, 2021 in Environment, Environmental Hazards, Wildlife with 0 Comments
EPA Inaction Blamed as US Bees Suffer Second Highest Colony Losses on Record

Beekeepers lost nearly half of their colonies between April 2020 and April 2021, according to the Bee Informed Partnership survey. #savethebees

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Climate Crisis and Negligent Policymakers Blamed for ‘Record Sickening Levels’ of Manatee Deaths in Florida

Climate Crisis and Negligent Policymakers Blamed for ‘Record Sickening Levels’ of Manatee Deaths in Florida

Conservation advocates in Florida are warning that 1,000 manatees in the state’s water could die this year—hundreds more than in recent years—due to starvation has driven by water pollution, the climate crisis, and other man-made harms to the mammals ecosystem. #climatecrisis #manatees #Florida

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Do Marine Protected Areas Work?

Written by on May 27, 2021 in Eco-Friendly, Environment, Wildlife with 0 Comments
Do Marine Protected Areas Work?

MPAs aim to protect marine life, such as the Hawksbill turtle, which is critically endangered. Watered-down management plans limit the effectiveness of MPAs. #MarineLife

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Sharks Use Earth’s Magnetic Fields to Guide Them Like a Map

Written by on May 18, 2021 in Environment, Wildlife with 0 Comments
Sharks Use Earth’s Magnetic Fields to Guide Them Like a Map

Sea turtles are known for relying on magnetic signatures to find their way across thousands of miles to the very beaches where they hatched. Now, researchers have some of the first solid evidence that sharks also rely on magnetic fields for their long-distance forays across the sea. #sharks #EarthMagneticFields

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Scientists: As Marine Life Flees the Equator, Global Mass Extinction is Imminent

Written by on April 11, 2021 in Climate Change, Environment, Wildlife with 0 Comments
Scientists: As Marine Life Flees the Equator, Global Mass Extinction is Imminent

The waters surrounding the equator are one of the most biodiverse areas on the globe, rich in marine life. However, rampant rises in temperate have led to a mass exodus of marine species from the sensitive #MarineLife #MassExtinction

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What Types of Freshwater Tropical Fish Can Live Together?

Written by on April 8, 2021 in Wildlife with 0 Comments
What Types of Freshwater Tropical Fish Can Live Together?

In this article, we discuss how to maintain a conducive community fish tank and also outline fish that can live together. Please read on as we explain more.

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Penguin Escapes Killer Whales By Jumping Into Tourist Boat in Antarctica

Written by on March 16, 2021 in Conscious Living, Environment, Inspirational, Wildlife with 0 Comments
Penguin Escapes Killer Whales By Jumping Into Tourist Boat in Antarctica

A gentoo penguin in Antarctica escaped a pod of chasing killer whales by leaping into a dinghy full of tourists after flinging itself headfirst into the side of the boat. #penguins

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What Is the Commons — and Why Should We Reclaim It?

Written by on March 10, 2021 in Eco-Friendly, Environment, Farming & Gardening, Wildlife with 0 Comments
What Is the Commons — and Why Should We Reclaim It?

In the commons, we are conscious of nature’s ecological limits, aware that all humans have a right to air, water, and food, and we accept responsibility for the rights of future generations.

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Scientists are Rethinking Animal Cognition as More Evolutionary Behaviors Emerge

Written by on March 8, 2021 in Environment, Wildlife with 0 Comments
Scientists are Rethinking Animal Cognition as More Evolutionary Behaviors Emerge

Scientists today are re-thinking animal cognition, in light of some interesting behaviors we’ve seen in the animal kingdom, which suggest an evolutionary process of increasing mental faculties, or expanding consciousness, may be taking place. #consciousanimals #AnimalCognition

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Mysterious Blue: Nature’s Rare Flower Color Exists Thanks To Bee Vision

Written by on February 16, 2021 in Environment, Wildlife with 0 Comments
Mysterious Blue: Nature’s Rare Flower Color Exists Thanks To Bee Vision

Why is it that blue is so rare? According to scientists, it’s because blue is the hardest color to produce for plants. And yet, apparently, when bees look at flowers, they see a lot more blue than we do. #bluebutterfly #blueinnature

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Why Sea Turtles Are Endangered and What We Can Do

Written by on February 11, 2021 in Environment, Environmental Hazards, Wildlife with 0 Comments
Why Sea Turtles Are Endangered and What We Can Do

Approximately 61% of worldwide turtle species are either threatened or already extinct, and the sea turtle is no exception. The Caribbean Sea alone was home to tens of millions of sea turtles just two centuries ago, but numbers are estimated closer to the tens of thousands these days. #seaturtles

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