Wildlife populations declined by an average of 60% over the last four decades
Plastic Polution in our oceans is devastating. A swarm of innumerable colored plastic scraps floats towards the diver!
This post is an introduction to the ecology and conservation of a truly unique species: the fishing cat (Prionailurus viverrinus). It is the second entry in a three-part series about fishing cats and a non-profit organization called the Fishing Cat Conservancy, whom I shall write about next week. Size The fishing cat is a medium-sized […]
A report from the Yucatan Times. Tons of sargassum infest the northern coast of Yucatan, on a 100-kilometer stretch between the ports of Sisal and Telchac. In the last two months, the cold fronts and storms led to swells that threw large quantities of these algae that are formed by excess nutrients in the sea. Authorities […]
A report by Sarah Gibbens for National Geographic. Without intervention, the gray slug that carries a bright shell could disappear from some regions. WHEN YOU’RE A conch, mating is better in a group. In fact, it’s the only way it works. These slow-moving Caribbean sea slugs carry heavy pink and orange shells, which make chasing down mates […]
A pair of rare cotton pygmy geese take off from Chandubi Lake in the Kamrup district of Assam, India.