Two Siberian Tiger Cubs, one of the world’s most endangered species, have been born...
Visiting the beach? think again...
Yesterday we reported on the swarms of jellyfish forcing authorities to close beaches in the Mediterranean.
Insects Poke Fun at Photographers
Hai! I’m new to the giraffe enclosure: Male praying mantis head Photo: Thomas Shahan
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Chrysler Crashing into an Environmental Pothole
The US congress’ plans to legislate against gas guzzlers are having an effect on the automobile industry before it even passes into law. Chrysler, America’s largest car manufacturer has announced that they are to shelve plans to develop a new luxury seda
Indonesia wants to profit from their destruction of natural peatlands
The world’s peatlands are believed to store at least 42 billion tonnes of soil carbon. This would usually remain in the soil. However, human activity can result in it being released. Dutch research institute Wetlands International estimates that nearl
10 Incredible Images of Meteor Showers
Image: Tommy Huynh When you wish upon a star, you may not be wishing on what you think you are. The reason is that shooting stars are of course not stars at all but meteors,
Friends of the Earth retracts BSkyB bid
On Tuesday, we reported about Friends of the Earth’s bid to become BSkyB’s charity partner, which caused controversy within the environmental orga
Hedgehog + Bumble Bee (- Scrotum) = Lowland Streaked Tenrec
Image via purpleslinky Lowland streaked tenrecs not only have a funny name, they’re also loved by many because of their appearance, which seems to be a cross betwe
Global War-ing. Russian Style.
A week ago, Russian explorers laid claim to the mineral wealth of the Arctic by planting their country’s flag on the seabed beneath the North Pole, in a move described as “heroic” by Robert Nigmatulin, head of Russia’s Institute of Oceanic Studies. <