Science

Loch Ness Monster Feared Dead Due to Lack of Sightings

by Lindsey Little

The storied creature known as the Loch Ness monster is believed by many to have inhabited the Scottish Highlands for more than 1500 years. Today, however, Nessie is feared by

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Pharrell Williams Sets Out to Save the Globe’s Oceans

by Nell Alk

As creative director of Bionic Yarn, Pharrell Williams teams up with G-Star Raw to help preserve the Earth’s oceans through fashion made of plastic.

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Disappearing Flower Made the Plant Loving Woolly Mammoth Extinct

by Maria Mooney

The vegan woolly mammoth met its demise when its flowery food source disappeared.

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Study Shows Public Unaware That Diet Impacts Cancer Risk

by Maria Mooney

The world is facing a “tidal wave” of cancer and unaware that diet and lifestyle play a role in cancer risk.

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‘The Cove’ Director Exposes China’s Illegal Shark Industry

by Joan Reddy

The Oceanic Preservation Society, the organization behind “The Cove,” is producing another film, this time capturing the illegal shark industry in China.

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Vegetables Grown in Space Found Safe for Consumption

by Natalia Galbetti

Looks like astronauts are well on their way to having a healthy veggie diet in space as Russian scientists reveal that vegetables they have been growing at the International Space Station (ISS) are safe for consumption.

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Merck to Stop Chimpanzee Testing for Pharmaceuticals

by Natalia Galbetti

The third largest pharmaceutical company in the world has vowed to stop using chimpanzees as test subjects for its products. Merck & Co joins another two dozen drugmakers opting for

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