Norwegian Whaling Season 2021 Claimed the Life of 570 Minke Whales Despite Protests
Norwegian whalers killed at least 570 minke whales in 2021, despite a global prohibition on commercial whaling,
Amazon and Apple Among Big Corporations Blocking New US Climate Bill
Despite their commitments to address the climate problem, several of America's most renowned corporations are supporting business groups that are blocking major climate legislation.
Hurricane Season is Not Slowing Down: Tropical Storm Victor is Brewing in the Eastern Atlantic
Tropical Depression 20 had been assigned to the system, which formed Wednesday morning before swiftly developing throughout the day. It was spotted late Wednesday morning a few hundred miles south of the Cabo Verde Islands, with maximum sustained winds of 40 mph.
Experts Warn Pet Owners to be Vigilant of Hookworms, a Parasite Immune to All Treatments
Hookworms are one of the most frequent parasitic infections found in pets worldwide. As a result, all FDA-approved medicines used by veterinarians to kill these parasites have been developed to avoid them.
Massive Dust Storm in Brazil Turned Day Into Night, Swallowing Cities in Clouds of Dust
On Sunday afternoon, a huge dust storm enveloped parts of Sao Paulo, Franca, Ribeirao Preto, Aracatuba, Barretos, and Presidente Prudente. Brazilians used social media to post photos and videos.
Man in Arizona in Critical Condition After Being Aggressively Stung by a Swarm of Bees
A swarm of bees emerged from beneath a road and stung a guy more than 100 times, sending him and another person to the hospital, according to Arizona officials.
Man Who Refused Treatment After Getting Bit by Bat Dies From Rabies, Illinois' First Case in 70 Years
A man in northern Illinois died of rabies about a month after presumably being bitten by a bat he discovered in his room, health authorities said Tuesday, marking the state's first human case of the illness since 1954.
Understanding Ancient Cities May Shed Light on Our Fight Against Climate Change
Studying historical civilizations and climate change has sent a dire warning that cities and their hinterlands must create resilience to endure climatic stress.
DELTA Max: EcoFlow Released Latest Portable Power Station Capable of Storing up to 6,048 WH
EcoFlow, a provider of portable power and renewable energy solutions, has released information on the newest member of its DELTA product range.
Prehistoric Eagle: One of the OLDEST RAPTOR Species Found in South Australia
One of the world's oldest raptor species has been identified as a 25-million-year-old eagle fossil unearthed on a remote outback cattle ranch in South Australia.
Satellite Images Revealed Hurricane Sam's Ferocity: Will it Turn Into Category 5?
Hurricane Sam has produced some terrific satellite pictures throughout the course of its long existence.
Researchers Uncovered a Long Hidden Chamber in the Famous Gibraltar Cave
After nearly ten years of digging, an endeavor to locate hidden tunnels and chambers inside the Gorham's Cave Complex in Gibraltar has paid dividends.
Does Worsening Air Pollution Cause More Intense Thunderstorms? Experts Are Trying to Find Out
Do soot, dust, smoke, and other particles floating in the Earth's atmosphere have a role in determining the severity of thunderstorms?
Cassowaries, The World's Deadliest Birds, May Have Been the First Man-Bred Birds
A cassowary, known as the world's most deadly bird because of its long, dagger-like toe, may have been the first bird bred by humans.