Megan Thompson

115 Articles

Bio

Megan is a healthy living and natural beauty advocate who is obsessed with sustainable gardening, food politics, human rights and animal protection. An L.A. native, she loves staying on top of the latest pop culture news and green lifestyle trends. When she is not writing, she loves going to the beach, hula hooping and working on upcycling projects.

Articles

Pussy Riot Member Goes on Hunger Strike for Human Rights

in Causes, News, People, Top News

Through a statement from her lawyer, Pussy Riot’s Nadezhda Tolokonnikova has announced that she will be going on a hunger strike beginning September 23rd.

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New Species of Legless Lizard Discovered Near LAX

in Animals, Causes, News, Science, Top News

A lizard without legs is… a snake right? Not necessarily! Legless lizards are different from snakes in several ways.

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Study Finds Plant-Based Diets Can Reverse Cell Aging

in Eats, News, Science, Top News, Vegan

A recent study has found that switching to a health-conscious diet and lifestyle can actually reverse cell aging.

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WATCH: Friendly Otter Crashes Wilderness Tour

in Animals, News, Top News, Video

A group of travelers in Borneo got an unwelcome, but adorable, addition to their wilderness tour when a playful otter hopped into their SUV and made himself at home.

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White Rhinos Declared ‘Threatened’ to Curb Poaching of All Rhinos

in Animals, Causes, News, Top News

The white rhino has been named an endangered species by the US Fish and Wildlife Service and will now be protected under the Endangered Species Act of 1973.

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Endangered Kakapo Bird Named One of World’s Ugliest Animals

in Animals, Causes, News, Top News

The endangered kakapo bird of New Zealand was named one of the top five ugliest animals in the world by the Ugly Animal Preservation Society.

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Study Finds Orangutans Can Plan and Communicate Future Travel

in Animals, Causes, News, Science, Top News

After tracking and studying wild orangutans, researchers have found that the animals can plan their travel in advance and let others know ahead of time.

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