Science

Bald Eagle Population Soars After Years of Endangerment

by Natalia Lima

Appropriately timed for President’s Day, researchers have announced that the bald eagle population is once again on the rise after years of decline. “It’s hard to step away from the

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More Americans are Practicing Yoga Than Ever Before

by Natalia Lima

New research shows that more people than ever are resorting to yoga and alternative holistic methods for health care in the United States. “The health practices of Americans tend to

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Frozen Zoo Looks to Revive Near-Extinct Species

by Anthony Marcusa

It’s almost like something from Jurassic Park – almost. From the San Diego Zoo to the so-called Frozen Zoo travel the remains – eggs, sperm, and other genetic bits –

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13 Countries Create Anti-Poaching Network to Save Tigers

by Megan Thompson

Hope may be near the horizon for endangered wild tiger populations around the world. Last Friday, roughly 100 researchers, government officials and law enforcers participated in a five-day summit aimed

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McDonald’s Has Helped Slow Amazon Rainforest Deforestation

by Megan Thompson

The fast food giant McDonald’s regularly gets negative press as an ever-increasing number of Americans battle with obesity, heart disease and poor nutrition. Today, however, the mega corporation is in

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Students Create ‘Ranger Drone’ to Protect Rhinos in South Africa

by Natalia Lima

As poaching rates for rhinos keep growing in South Africa, officials are looking for outside-the-box solutions to save the endangered animals. Surprisingly, one group of students might just have found it.

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Keeping Orcas Captive for Profit Now Banned in Ontario

by Megan Thompson

Although there is only one orca whale currently being held captive in the province, Ontario’s local government has made an announcement that will, hopefully, represent a victory for imprisoned orcas

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