Industrial Pollution: US Joins Ocean Panel to Work with World Leaders to Enforce Ocean Protection

Oceans were supposed to be safe haven for a multitude of aquatic life. However, various reports indicate that climate change and industrial pollution have led to the emergence of 700 dead zones worldwide. These areas can no longer support marine ecosystems, affecting marine life and people relying on oceans to make a living. The environmental … Read more

As Wind Resources Around the World Declines, Wind Energy From Modern Wind Turbines Starts To Lose Efficiency

A large portion of the sustainable, low-CO2 transformation of the energy industry is due to wind energy. On the other hand, the effectiveness of wind turbines is determined by wind resources that are accessible, as well as their technical specifications. Through research and development efforts aimed at tackling environmental challenges, the Wind Energy Technologies Office … Read more

Get to Know About the Biodiversity in Redwood National Park Beyond the World’s Tallest Trees

The Redwood National park, along with the Jedediah Smith, Del Norte Coast, and Prairie Creek Redwood parks, is part of the Redwood National and State Parks system. It was established in 1968 to save the redwood tree population. Here are 10 notable things about Redwood National Park. Trees that Fight Climate Change Coastal redwoods are … Read more

Italy’s Intense Drought Brings Old World War Shipwrecks to Emerge from the River

Alessio Bonin, an aspiring cinematographer, agreed to visit a wilderness area in Gualtieri, an Italian borough on the depositors of the Po River in Emilia-Romagna. The recession that had plagued the nation’s largest river throughout one of its harshest seasons showed no signs of abating. Italy’s River Suffering from Intense Drought The Po River comes … Read more

An Immense World by Ed Yong review – the astonishing ways in which animals experience our planet | Science and nature books

Scallops have eyes. Not just two eyes, like humans have, or eight, like most spiders do, but up to 200 of them, each clasped by a thin, wavy tentacle protruding from the inner edges of the corrugated shell. Considering how rudimentary a scallop’s brain is, these eyes are surprisingly sophisticated. Play a scallop a video … Read more

Just In Time For World Giraffe Day: Offspring Among The Giraffes At Tierpark Berlin

For about 15 months, a small giraffe grows up in her mother’s belly. When the time finally comes, the giraffe cow gives birth to its not so small offspring standing up. Now, almost just in time for World Giraffe Day on June 21, a small female giraffe has been born in Tierpark Berlin. Mother Amalka … Read more

“Most Responsible Kitten In The World” Watches Over Litter Of Newborns

A young kitten from Kansas, Missouri, has been awarded the title of “Most Responsible Kitten in the World” by his caretakers at KC Pet Project. The fluffy fellow, affectionately named Binx, was awarded this title for selflessly looking after a litter of three abandoned newborns. The adorable quartet was found stranded on the streets of … Read more

Crows May Take Over the World With Their Intelligence and Cunning

Crows can identify themselves in mirrors, use tools, and prepare for the future, all of which are mental abilities found in humans and other mammals but not most other birds. This ability might be linked to the fact that they have a colossal number of brain cells involved in the processing of information. Felix Ströckens … Read more

Vet sector bodies share World Animal Vaccination Day messages

The importance of vaccines in animal health and welfare, as well as the development of new technologies to protect them further, was highlighted for 2022’s World Animal Vaccination Day. NOAH, the trade body representing most of the UK’s animal health firms, the Federation of Veterinarians of Europe and AnimalhealthEurope, which represents manufacturers and associations, all … Read more

Rise of Cloning: Reasons on Why Cloning Is Finally Happening Around the World

According to National Geographic, Cloning is a process that allows scientists to create perfect genetic duplicates of live organisms. Cloning may be done on genes, cells, organs, and even complete animals. In nature, some clones already exist, then single-celled organisms like bacteria reproduce, they generate identical clones of themselves. Identical twins are akin to clones … Read more