With far too many species of animals on our planet facing endangerment and extinction, it is always welcome news to learn of recently discovered creatures that haven’t been found before. I find it amazing that new species are still being found across the globe, and it is exciting to consider how many other critters are … More Check out these new species discovered in 2020
If you’re unfamiliar with a wild Persian leopard, don’t stress. I certainly wasn’t prior to writing this post, but as it turns out, they are truly beautiful creatures. And, while you may not have heard of these guys before, they’re actually making a comeback in terms of their population in the Russian mountains, says an … More Praise for a rise in wild Persian leopard populations
I feel as though it is safe to say that most of us like turtles. And, really, I don’t see how anyone could dislike turtles, except perhaps if there was a tortoise-related traumatic incident that provoked someone’s dislike for them. But, generally speaking, turtles are a very loved member of the animal kingdom. In case … More Have you heard of these smiling turtles?
I would imagine most of us are familiar with in vitro fertilization (IVF) in the context of reproduction. In case you’re not, though, IVF involves “a complex series of procedures used to help with fertility or prevent genetic problems and assist with the conception of a child. During IVF, mature eggs are collected (retrieved) from ovaries … More Saving cheetah populations with IVF
We’re all relatively aware that our world and the environment is going (or, in some cases, has gone) to poop. Some are more aware than others, but a recent Phys.org article outlining findings from Aarhaus University has me questioning just how aware we really are. The article explains how us humans are abolishing animal and … More Bad news: mammals literally can’t evolve fast enough to avoid extinction