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A Wedding Dress Made From Fungus Could Be a Reality

by Brianne Hogan

Something new, something blue, and something…funghi? That could be the new wedding day mantra, thanks to homegrown fashion. Growing clothing from a combination of plant matter and microscopic mushrooms could

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Rocky Mountains Named the Best Place to Ride Out the Zombie Apocalypse

by Brianne Hogan

If you’ve ever sat around with your friends wondering, “Where’s the best place to survive a zombie apocalypse,” we finally know the answer: the Rocky Mountains. You can thank a group

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Store Receipt Leads Investigators to Elk Poacher

by Natalia Lima

Michigan investigators have found the man who illegally poached an elk last year with the help of an unusual piece of evidence: a receipt. According to the Department of Natural

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Earth Hour Set for March 28 with Focus on Climate Change

by Anthony Marcusa

Prepare to turn out the lights at the end of the month, as the globe’s biggest grassroots conversation initiative is set to return. This year, Earth Hour will be taking

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Rescuers Work Together to Save Lion Cub Abused by Circus

by Natalia Lima

Vets and animal rescuers from around the world are working together to save an abused lion cub rescued from a circus. Magnus is a four-month-old lion cub that was born

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The Future of Zoos Looks At Keeping Animals, Not People, Happy

by Brianne Hogan

Many zoos today are more concerned with the happiness and overall well-being of animals rather than the experience of human visitors. Fast Company reports that the philosophy of zoos is

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Mother Cow Hides Calf From Farm

by Brianne Hogan

A former dairy cow who had all of her babies taken away from her, decided that would never happen again by hiding her newborn calf. Clarebelle was rescued last fall

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