There’s a catch.
Rising temperatures are making it impossible for some turtle species to produce males.
Discovery of perfectly preserved cave lion cub raises questions of cloning.
Krill fishing and excessive ice brought on by global warming has lead to the starvation of entire new breeding season of penguin chicks in East Antarctica.
Without serious conservation efforts the survival of the 30 or so vaquita porpoises left in the wild is in jeopardy. 2018 could see the extinction of these mammals.
Eating bugs instead of beef could help save the planet. But bug populations are in collapse.
[DIGEST: IFLS, BBC, Yale, Washington Post] Even as China enjoys the wealth and advancements rapid industrialization has brought to its country, it is beginning to grapple with dire costs to its environment, including some of the world’s most polluted air and waters; plummeting fisheries; and disappearing wild places. When previously wild places are logged, farmed, divided … Continued
Half of all species face extinction by 2100, according to leading scientists.
Sixty percent of primates face extinction in the coming years due to human interference.
The rusty patched bumblebee may be on the brink of extinction.