BACK IN BUSINESS: Chinese wet markets that unleashed coronavirus on globe have reopened — and they're still selling bats
'The markets have gone back to operating in exactly the same way as they did before coronavirus' As the coronavirus pandemic ravages the world, China has reportedly reopened its infamous wet markets. markets
On March 25, NBC reporter Deion Broxton made the wise decision to avoid a herd of bison. Broxton's judgment to hastily pack up his camera, which was still recording, went viral. (The good kind of viral.
One of the most sweeping analyses of animals using numbers has revealed it’s a widespread—and likely vital—skill in nature. Say you’re a small mammal like a ground squirrel, vulnerable to becoming a bigger
That’s why Tiger King is my nightmare. Watching the show means having to put aside the mostly-unmentioned suffering of the animals featured. It means watching a slew of memes more compassionate to a known
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