Santa Monica College track coach Joshua Garrett possibly set a new world record when he tackled the famous, 2,650 mile Pacific Crest Trail in just under 60 days. When asked
As the fire salamander population of the Netherlands has dwindled down to a measly 4% of its original number, scientists have discovered that a new and deadly fungus has been ravaging the amphibians since 2010.
Due to the reported deaths of over three hundred wild dolphins this summer, and the continuing spread of the virus that will surely cause more deaths, the state of New
After re-investigating the Nami Resources Company fracking fluid spill of 2007, the U.S. Geological Survey and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services have concluded that the spill is largely responsible for the widespread deaths of several fish species in Kentucky.
Washington state, a longtime leader in sustainable culture, has plans to add a seven acre urban food forest right in the middle of Seattle.
Until now, animal adoption has been a primitive and often intimidating process filled with shelter visits, phone calls and pet interviews.
Sorry meat-lovers. A new study has found diets high in red meat may increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Through brain scans of Alzheimer’s patients, researchers found that iron buildup