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Work to keep a rare rhino subspecies alive stalled

It’s not quite a case of coitus interruptus, but efforts to create a very special baby are definitely on hold. Blame the pandemic. Groundbreaking work...

Rare snow leopards spotted near Kazakh city

Several snow leopards, including a mother and her cub, have been spotted near the Kazakh city of Almaty wandering through a usually popular hiking...

Strange Behaviour of Whale in the Ocean: Bubble-net feeding

Bubble-net feeding is a bizarre and complicated feeding practice engaged in by humpback whales and Bryde's whales. It is one of the few surface...

Do Online Shopping Packages Get Delivered At Your Doorstep With Eco Shipping?

Shipped! One of the most commonly used words in today's eCommerce language, currently this word is facing a drought, but still very evident. In...

Climate change turning Antarctica’s snow green

Antarctica conjures images of an unbroken white wilderness but blooms of algae are giving parts of the frozen continent an increasingly green tinge. Warming temperatures...

Unsung heroes? How hoverflies play key pollination role

That bee you see buzzing from flower to flower might actually be an undercover operator: a hoverfly. And a team of scientists wants you...

13 Interesting Facts about Pangolins

Pangolins are the only mammal in the world to be covered from head to toe in scales. They eat over 70 million insects yearly....

How Does Circular Economy Save The Environment?

'If it is possible, therefore it exists' and I'm saying 'If we can make it exist, it's therefore possible'.- German Philosopher Leibniz Marc de Wit...

What Do You Know About Climate Change Trends?

Climate Change is not something that is coming ten years or 'n' number of years from now - it isn't a thing of the...

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