Where Will Our Planet Be in 500 Years?

Climate change and the deterioration of the planet have been hot-button topics for years. And if you’ve been following this blog, then you also know about the endangered species that are on the verge of extinction. So questioning where our planet is headed seems logical, and that’s exactly what scientists are doing. According to SciTechDaily,…

Cows Who Are Potty-Trained Could Reduce Pollution?

Did you know that cows could be potty-trained? And by doing so, did you know it could help fight against pollution? According to Science News, researchers in Germany have trained cows to use a small, fenced-in area with artificial flooring as a bathroom stall. This allows farms to capture and treat cow urine, which often…

The IUCN World Conservation Congress Begins…

The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) World Conservation Congress began on September 3, 2021, in Marseille, France. This is the world’s largest and most inclusive environmental forum built to tackle biodiversity, nature-based recovery, and climate change. Their key message is that disappearing species and the destruction of ecosystems are just as threatening…

Dr. Fauci Funds Deadly Experiment on Dogs?

Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) is being charged with funding experimental research on dogs that not only infected them with parasites but led to their deaths. According to a report by the White Coat Waste Project, Dr. Fauci spent $424,000 to commission a study where beagles were given experimental…

A Rare Birth in the Democratic Republic of Congo

A national park in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is celebrating the birth of one of the world’s most endangered species, the eastern lowland gorilla. The eastern lowland gorilla, also referred to as Grauer’s gorilla, is the largest of the four gorilla subspecies. Its stocky body, large hands, and short muzzle distinguish it from…

China Removes Giant Pandas from its Endangered List

China’s wild giant pandas are no longer classified as endangered and are now listed as vulnerable, according to Chinese conservation officials. Eighteen hundred giant pandas are currently living in the wild. The change is attributed to the improved living conditions of China’s wildlife, with the country now invested in protecting large areas of natural ecosystems….

Endangered White Rhino to be Sent to Japan to Breed

Southern white rhinoceroses, the second-largest land mammals on the planet, are on the verge of extinction. In an effort to save them, a zoo in Taiwan is preparing to send a young female white rhino to Japan with the hopes that she will breed. Meet Emma. Emma is five years old, 2.5 meters long, and…

Chinese Mining Firms Threatens Zimbabwe Wildlife

China’s behavior and disrespect of the African continent is no secret. So it’s only right that I keep you updated with more foolishness. The following information comes from The Guardian. Zhongxin Coal Mining Group and Afrochine Smelting, two Chinese mining companies, have been permitted to start impact assessments for drilling, land clearance, road building, and…

Can Cats Spread The Coronavirus?

Since the virus that causes COVID-19 belongs to a family of viruses that causes diseases in animals, whether or not animals can catch and spread the coronavirus has been brought into question—particularly household pets like cats. The following information comes from The Conversation. A 2019 survey revealed that cats are the most popular pet in…

Man Saves Toddler From Pit Bull

Greetings All, There was a time in my adolescence when I desired having a pet dog. But after receiving a full breakdown of the responsibilities that followed, I quickly submitted to weekly goldfish. And a recent news article further supports why that will never change. The following information comes from Fox 2 Detroit. 47-year-old Johnell…

1,000 Animals Die From Drought in South Africa

I saw some disturbing news earlier and had to share. The following information comes from Africa News. A severe drought in the Kahalari Desert has caused the death of more than 1,000 animals in South Africa. This situation has forced tourists reservations to be put on hold, with Thuru Lodge manager Burger Schoeman advising the…

60 Second Docs: Joseph Keter

Greetings Folks, In a previous post, I made reference to the mistreatment of animals, as well as the extinction of them, and how we can work on healing our overall ecosystem. Well, I came across a 60 Second Documentary that seems to be a step in the right direction. Meet Joseph Keter. Keter is an…