Every year, researchers discover hundreds of new insect species, dozens of amphibians, and occasionally new mammals. Let's look at least a small list of some interesting, unusual species that we certainly can't see every day. Myanmar Snubed-Nosed Monkey (Rhinopithecus Strykeri) This...
The Congo Basin rainforest is located in Africa and it stands for one of the most important wilderness areas left on Earth. It spreads across 6 countries. Cameroon, the Central African Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo, Equatorial...
Considering a living whale floating in the sea looks like an impossible task. Scientists solved it with the help of drones. Unlike terrestrials, even the most giant creatures like elephants, whales cannot be measured or weighed. Scientists have thus far...
Marine life has been facing rapid extinction for a long time. This time we lost a beautiful species of dolphin. The Irrawaddy Dolphin is one of three species of dolphins that inhabit both fresh and sea waters. This species...
Cows from the basis of agriculture in most countries in the world, and farmers are constantly trying to develop new practices that would make their meat and milk as profitable as possible. A loathsome practice called fistulation is used...
The intellect of animals has been greatly underestimated by man. The more people explore the intelligence of animals, the more they discover that they are much more intelligent than we thought so far. The intelligence of animals is influenced...
The sea depths hide many sea creatures that have not yet been described. Every expedition into the depths of the ocean is an adventure that helps to discover the life that is hidden from us. Marine scientists aboard Schmidt...
Parthenogenesis, or asexual reproduction, is a very rare phenomenon. "Immaculate conception," as we would call this condition in humans, occurred in California condors. It is a critically endangered species with the last 500 individuals left. Conservation scientists at the...
Sulfoxaflor Likely Harms More Than One-Third of Protected Plants, Animals The Environmental Protection Agency released a draft biological evaluation last month showing that the bee-killing insecticide sulfoxaflor is potentially putting 24 species of insects in jeopardy of extinction, including Karner blue...
California butterflies and moths are disappearing due to climate change, drought and forest fires, habitat loss, and excessive pesticide use. Nearly two dozen critically endangered species may be lost forever. A butterfly breeding clinic is probably the last chance...
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