UK Public Now Consume Less Meat to Improve Food Sustainability
According to research, daily meat intake in the United Kingdom has decreased by 17% in the previous decade.
Giant Murder Hornets are Killing Honeybees as they Invade North America
Murder hornets (Vespa mandarinia), commonly known as Asian giant hornets, are the world's biggest wasps. These hornets are native to Asia, but international trading unintentionally brought them to North America, where they threaten local animals by killing other insects such as wasps and bees.
Study Shows a Prehistoric Climate Driven Mass Extinction that Nobody Knows About
Around 30 million years ago, as Earth's temperature changed from marshy to cold, that proportion of animal species perished from Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. Sixty-three percent, to be exact. However, we are only now learning about it.
North Dakota Megadrought is Endangering Vegetation and Hurting Ranchers
The unprecedented drought has wreaked havoc on fodder or the vegetation that animals graze on. As a result, hay and feed are in short supply.
Is Pluto Slowly Losing its Atmosphere? Dwarf Planet Loses Gas as it Moves Farther From the Sun
According to a recent research, Pluto's gases are disappearing and reverting back into ice as it moves farther away from the Sun.
Alaska's Fat Bear Week Has Finally Crowned Its 'Fattest Bear' Award to 480 Otis
The people of Alaska have spoken, and during the state's Fat Bear Week event, a chubby giant has been declared the fattest bear in the state: hail 480 Otis.
Koala Retrovirus: How This Deadly Marsupial Disease Can Spread From Mother to Joey
The Koala retrovirus, or KoRV, is a lesser-known danger to the famous Australian mammal. So scientists at the University of Queensland set out to learn more about KoRV's transmission to understand the virus better.
Amazon's Mystery of Manu: After 50 Years, Mysterious Plant Finally Identified
A scientist discovered a weird tree in the Amazon jungle in 1973 that was unlike anything he'd ever seen before. It was around 20 feet tall and had small orange fruits in the shape of paper lanterns.
Antarctic Chill: The South Pole Just Experienced its Coldest Winter in History
Extreme heat waves and increasing ice melting occurrences have become regular subjects of concern due to global warming. In recent months, though, the opposite results have been just as startling in the South Pole.
Scientists Discovers Extremely Rare Tardigrade Fossil in a 16-Million-Year-Old Amber
A 'once-in-a-generation tardigrade fossil find shows new species
Strange Three-Eyed 'Dinosaur Shrimps' are Showing Up in Arizona Amidst Monsoon
According to officials at Wupatki National Monument, hundreds of strange, prehistoric-looking animals hatched from small eggs and began swimming around a makeshift lake on the desert terrain during a severe summer rainstorm in northern Arizona.
Flooding Concerns on the Rise in Southeast as Tropical Rainfall Intensifies
Rain will continue this week over the flood-stricken Southeast, according to AccuWeather experts. Tropical moisture from numerous sources will be to blame, according to forecasters.
Three Scientists Awarded 2021 Nobel Prize for Finding Patterns in World's Chaotic Climate
On Tuesday, three scientists were awarded the Nobel Prize in physics for cutting through the complexity of the global climate and laying the groundwork for predictions about the planet's future.
Orionid Meteor Shower This October 2021 to Grace the Sky After Draconid Passes By
The Orionid meteor shower will peak this month, shortly after the short-lived Draconids pass through.