Very often there are reports of extinction of animals and plants from all over the world. The lists of endangered species, critically endangered species, and extinct species are constantly expanding. Deforestation, agriculture, infrastructure and climate change are the biggest...
Plastics are found in the stomachs of cattle, deer, shark bodies and other marine animals. Many animals die from plastic ingestion or stuck in plastic waste. Microplastics have been discovered in rain samples. Scientists have found that crustaceans living in...
Scientists have found more than 200 reindeer bodies on the island of Svalbard, lying in an archipelago of glaciers and frozen tundra between the North Pole and Norway. Decomposing bodies showed signs of starvation. The cause is probably climate...
No fungus, no plant, no animal. An organism that has a bit of all of the mentioned categories does not fall under either of them. The jelly-like mass in the form of a crust, slime, diarrhea, or vomit, and...

Unique Paper Survives Bees

Insect species, including bees and butterflies, have been dying too quickly over the past decades. An unprecedented idea of ​​helping bees to survive was born in a small Polish manufactory. Recycled paper supplies bees and butterflies with food, saving...
The Owl Parrot, or Owl Kakapo (Strigops habroptila), is the only flightless parrot in the world and is the largest parrot ever. 142 adults lived in the New Zealand Islands in 2018. A record 86 chicks were born this...
The discovery of a new species of fauna or flora is usually great news. But now we are talking about a case where a new species brings more harm than good. Marble crayfish (Procambarus virginalis) reportedly did not exist...
Aquaristic, a worldwide hobby, brings suffering to some species of aquarium fish in the form of artificial coloring of their bodies. These are invasive painful processes in which up to 80% of the fish die. Dye Injection Glassfish, a small Asian...
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...
Given the massive worldwide decline in pollinating insects, any idea that could support an increase in its population, especially bees, is welcome. The Dutch city of Utrecht came up with an original solution. The Netherlands is home to 358...
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