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African Elephants Only Occupy A Fraction Of Their Potential Range by Colorado State University

Many wildlife species are threatened by shrinking habitat. But according to new research, the potential range of African elephants could be more than five times larger than its current extent. Due to 2,000 years of human pressure, African elephants have suffered dramatic population declines, and their range has shrunk to just 17% of what it […]

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These Are The 5 Costliest Invasive Species, Causing Billions In Damages by Jonathan Lambert

The impact from all invasive species cost the global economy at least $1 trillion since 1970. Invasive species can wreak havoc on local ecosystems. Cleaning up that biological wreckage comes at a big price. These invaders, often thrust into new environments unintentionally (or intentionally, to combat pests) by humans, can transmit new diseases, devastate crops […]

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A Third Of Global Farmland At ‘High’ Pesticide Pollution Risk by Kelly MacNamara

A third of the planet’s agricultural land is at “high risk” of pesticide pollution from the lingering residue of chemical ingredients that can leach into water supplies and threaten biodiversity, according to research published Monday. The use of pesticides has soared globally as agricultural production has expanded, prompting growing fears over environmental damage and calls […]

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Want To Improve Your Health? Head To A National Park, And Absorb The Sounds by Colorado State University

Wolves howling, birds singing, rain falling-natural sounds inspire us and connect us to nature. New research by a team of scientists shows that natural sounds are also good for our health. Researchers from Carleton University, Michigan State University, Colorado State University and the National Park Service analyzed studies on the outcomes of listening to natural […]

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When ‘Eradicated’ Species Bounce Back With A Vengeance by UC Davis

For the PNAS study, researchers in 2009 began intensive efforts to eradicate the European green crab from Stinson Beach’s Seadrift Lagoon. The crab is considered among the world’s top 100 invasive species, costing the U.S. commercial shellfish industry about $20 million in annual losses. By 2013, the population had decreased from 125,000 to fewer than […]

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Bird Believed Extinct For 170 Years Spotted In Borneo by Bob Yirka

Back sometime between 1843 and 1848 a bird now called the black-browed babbler was captured by naturalist Carl A.L.M. Schwaner. Records of the find are sketchy, but it appeared the bird had been captured on the island of Java. That finding was the one and only piece of evidence of the bird’s existence—it is currently […]

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Friends Matter: Giraffes That Group With Others Live Longer by University of Zurich

A research team led by Monica Bond, research associate at the Department of Evolutionary Biology and Environmental Studies of the University of Zurich (UZH), studied giraffes in Tanzania for five years. The biologists examined the relative effects of sociability, the natural environment, and human factors on survival of the mega-herbivore. They have now shown that […]

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Monarch Butterfly Population Moves Closer To Extinction by Olga R. Rodriguez

The number of western monarch butterflies wintering along the California coast has plummeted precipitously to a record low, putting the orange-and-black insects closer to extinction, researchers announced Tuesday. An annual winter count by the Xerces Society recorded fewer than 2,000 butterflies, a massive decline from the tens of thousands tallied in recent years and the […]

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Why Was 536 A.D The Worst Year In History? by 3BM Television Limited (49:37)

Why Was 536 A.D The Worst Year In History? by 3BM Television Limited (49:37) (To view full screen click the link below.) https://www.bitchute.com/video/C3PtUPLur2pN

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Oneness Versus The 1% (Text and Video) by Dr. Joseph Mercola and Vandana Shiva, Ph.D.

In “Oneness vs. the 1%: Shattering Illusions, Seeding Freedom,” Vandana Shiva, Ph.D., argues that the ultra-wealthy elite are responsible for a majority of the environmental, financial and health crises currently facing us. https://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2020/10/18/vandana-shiva-oneness-versus-the-1.aspx

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The Heartland Study To Measure Health, Generational Impacts Of Herbicides On Mothers, Infants In Midwest by Ken Roseboro

A new in-depth study has been launched to measure the health effects of herbicides such as glyphosate, dicamba, and 2,4-D on mothers and infants living in the midwestern United States. The Heartland Study will try to answer the question: Is rising herbicide exposure leading to reproductive problems, adverse birth outcomes or developmental delays in America’s […]

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Pufferfish May Be Carving Mysterious ‘Crop Circles’ Near Australia by Jake Buehler

In 2011, scientists discovered that tiny pufferfish were sculpting Japan’s underwater “mystery circles.” Now, more circles have emerged in Australia. Japan’s white-spotted pufferfish are renowned for producing complex, ringed patterns in the sand. Now, 5,500 kilometers away in Australia, scientists have discovered what appear to be dozens more of these creations. https://www.sciencenews.org/article/pufferfish-mysterious-crop-circles-found-near-australia

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This Land Is Your Land – Sang by Bruce Springsteen and Written by Woody Guthrie (3:24)

This Land Is Your Land – Sang by Bruce Springsteen and Written by Woody Guthrie (3:24) (To view full screen click the link below.) https://www.bitchute.com/video/0L8Krnyhq1G1 This Land Is Your Land Words and Music by Woody Guthrie https://woodyguthrie.org/Lyrics/This_Land.htm Bruce Springsteen https://BruceSpringsteen.net This Land Is Your Land https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/This_Land_Is_Your_Land Video to Music by Keven Omath https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYX0XzDLoF6rC_HzXEhep8g

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Seed Saving At Home With Vandana Shiva (15:47)

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Agriculture And Fossil Fuels Are Driving Record-High Methane Emissions by Maria Temming

Africa and Asia have seen releases of the heat-trapping gas surge In 2017, human activities pumped about 364 million metric tons of methane into the atmosphere, compared with 324 million tons per year, on average, in the early 2000s. About half of that 12 percent increase was the result of expanding agriculture and landfills, while […]