The world’s most endangered mammal just became a little less threatened. RYOT News has learned that two female lemurs were born at Duke University’s Lemur Center. Back in 2012, lemurs were named as the most endangered mammal on the planet … Continued
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More than 120,000 saiga antelope — nearly 50 percent of the population worldwide — have died in Kazakhstan, and scientists still don’t know why. Kazakhstan’s vice agriculture minister Erlan Nysynbaev said in a statement, “This loss is a huge blow … Continued
The guy up there has one heck of a sense of humor.
Wal-Mart’s push to get its suppliers to give farm animals fewer antibiotics and more room to roam is expected to have a big impact on the food industry, experts say. Though the steps are voluntary, Wal-Mart, which sells more food … Continued
A few solar powered batteries may help turn the tide in the world’s ongoing water crisis. A team from MIT has successfully tested a water system that turns salt water into usable drinking water without the massive and expensive infrastructure … Continued
There are fewer giraffes than elephants in the world, and poachers are one of their biggest threats.
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Animals are still being screwed over by the BP oil spill.
Cards Against Humanity, you know the game that has ruined relationships and/or made you pee your pants in a fit of laughter, is hoping to improve its image and do a good deed with its new science deck. The card … Continued