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Monthly Archives: October 2017
“Hyla arborea” by Eran Finkle is licensed under CC by 2.0 If you are familiar with the popular arcade game Frogger, you already know that car traffic is hazardous to frogs attempting to cross the street. What you may not know is that … Continue reading
“The seabird is an animal directly affected by light pollution” “RM4_1012_1318s” by Ryan Murphy is licensed under CC 2.0 Artificial lights are a big part of … Continue reading
“2010-09-05: Deer in the Headlights” by Dennis Hamilton is licensed under CC BY 2.0 Everything you saw in Bambi was a lie. Okay, maybe not everything. But the tear-jerking portrayal of America’s favorite cuddly white-tailed deer is hardly the reality … Continue reading
Male emperor penguins forgo food for two months to incubate their eggs awaiting the return of their fish-hunting female partners. Parasitic wasps deposit their eggs on unfortunate caterpillars so their hatchlings can have a readily accessible first meal. Our own … Continue reading
“African painted dog, or African wild dog, Lycaon pictus at Savuti, Chobe National Park, Botswana” by Derek Keats is licensed under CC by 2.0 Did you ever wonder, as most children inevitably do, why your favorite animated movie was called … Continue reading
Do you like two-for-one deals? Well, you’re in luck because Mother Nature is offering you a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to save three living organisms for the price of one! If you act now to save the polar bears, you can also … Continue reading
By Michelle Zhong The peatlands of northern Europe, at first glance, resemble an odd and disintegrating junkyard. Among the items that have been dragged up from the peat are ancient human carcasses, pieces of old tools, and rotting plant material. … Continue reading