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Killer Whale “Lulu” Found Dead, Was “One Of The Most Contaminated Animals On The Planet”
This killer whale had one of the highest concentrations of toxic pollutants that scientists have ever recorded.
Evidence Of Fabled “King Polar Bear” May Have Just Been Discovered In Alaska
Archaeologists recently unearthed a skull that could prove the existence of the enormous polar bears of Arctic lore.
Killer Whales On Crazy, Unprecedented Murder Spree In Monterey
"This has never happened in my 30 years," an on-site marine biologist said.
Massive, Mexico-Sized Molten Carbon Lake Discovered In Western United States
Scientists discovered the lake using over 500 seismic sensors.
Scientists Finally Solve Mystery Behind Antarctica’s Blood Falls
A million-year-old lake encased in ice holds the key to the strange liquid leaking out of the falls.
Giraffes On Way To “Silent Extinction” Due To American Trophy Hunting, Conservationists Say
The giraffe population in sub-Saharan Africa has seen a sharp 40% drop in the past 30 years, largely caused by American tourists "trophy hunting."
Sea Urchin Releases Cloud Of Biting, Poisonous Jaws When Threatened, Scientists Find
"[These urchins] are minute but terrifying," a scientist studying them said.
Rhino Horn Trade Now Legal Again After Poaching Deaths Rose 9,000% In 10 Years
Traders and conservationists disagree as to how the new ruling will affect the incidence of illegal poaching and smuggling worldwide.
This Tiny Fanged Fish Injects Predators With Opioid-Like Venom, Scientists Discover
Fangblennies are one of two biting poisonous fish. New research reveals their unique kind of venom is meant to numb instead of harm predators.
Pepsi, McDonald’s Implicated In Criminal Destruction Of Endangered Sumatran Elephant Habitat
Several multinational corporations are using illegally-produced palm oil in their products.
Japanese Expedition Kills 333 Whales, Defying International Law
Officials disagree on whether or not this controversial practice is unfairly maligned.