Three manatees at the Dominican Republic’s National Aquarium are set to return to the ocean after years of rehabilitation.
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Until last week, the marsupial was classified as a single species, but a new study found that it was actually three different ones, marking the discovery of two new marsupial species.
White sharks have long hunted and villainized by humans to the point where they were at the brink of extinction. California moved to protect its white shark population back in 1994, and now, white shark numbers have risen steadily.
Oregon on became the first state to legalise the active ingredient in magic mushrooms for therapeutic uses.
In Finland, a study showed that the immune system of children ages 3-5 improved when forest undergrowth, lawns, and planter boxes were added outside daycare centers.
Sri Lanka’s navy and volunteers have rescued 120 pilot whales stranded in the country’s worst mass beaching.
Gray wolves will no longer receive federal protections under the Endangered Species Act in the Lower 48 U.S. states.
This past weekend, South Dakota celebrated a conservation milestone as a herd of 100 bison was released onto the land of the Sicangu Oyate also known as Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota.
In 2015, the city of Milan decided to tackle its CO2 emissions by reducing meat consumption in the city’s school cafeterias.