Shark Assaults Shut Walton County Seashores: Three Injured, Two Critically

Shark Assaults Shut Walton County Seashores: Three Injured, Two Critically

Shark Assaults Shut Walton County Seashores Shark Assaults Shut Walton County Seashores Tiger shark baffles scientists by regurgitating complete echidna SEACREST — Walton County seashores had been closed Friday afternoon on account of two shark assaults that injured three individuals, two of them critically. First Shark Assault At round 1:15 p.m. on Friday, a 45-year-old … Read more

Sumatran orangutan uses medicinal plant to heal facial wound, marking a remarkable milestone in non-human healing

Sumatran orangutan uses medicinal plant to heal facial wound, marking a remarkable milestone in non-human healing

Sumatran Orangutan Uses Medicinal Plant to Heal Facial Wound Sumatran Orangutan Uses Medicinal Plant to Heal Facial Wound A male Sumatran orangutan has astounded researchers by using a medicinal plant to heal a facial wound, marking a groundbreaking moment for non-human species. The incredible incident took place at an Indonesian research site, shining a light … Read more

Ticks Remain a Concern on Long Island: Expert Advice and Latest Discoveries

Ticks Remain a Concern on Long Island: Expert Advice and Latest Discoveries

Summer on Long Island: Ticks and Lyme Disease Warnings Long Island, known for its sun, surf, and sand, has a growing concern in its warm summer months—ticks. These tiny yet voracious critters, capable of carrying various diseases, pose a threat to visitors of parks and beaches in the region. As the winters become increasingly warm, … Read more

Scientists Concerned ‘Zombie Deer Disease’ May Spread to Humans, Similar to Mad Cow Disease

Scientists Concerned ‘Zombie Deer Disease’ May Spread to Humans, Similar to Mad Cow Disease

The threat of ‘Zombie Deer Disease’ jumping to humans raises concerns Scientists are alarmed after two hunters who consumed deer meat infected with chronic wasting disease (CWD), also known as ‘zombie deer disease,’ were found to have developed neurological diseases similar to the aggressive form of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD). This worrying link has raised concerns … Read more

South African Orca Starboard Hunts and Kills Great White Shark in Record Time: Researchers Report

South African Orca Starboard Hunts and Kills Great White Shark in Record Time: Researchers Report

02 March 2024, 05:59 PM IST An orca nicknamed Starboard hunted and killed the shark within two minutes, researchers say. Photo: Christian Stopforth MsOrcas, known as killer whales, hunt and eat animals such as dolphins. Hunting is often done in groups. But for the first time in memory, the news is coming out that a … Read more

Stunning Images Revealed in Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition

Stunning Images Revealed in Natural History Museum’s Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition

The Winners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition by the Natural History Museum showcases incredible images that unveil the extraordinary environments and behaviors of creatures around the world. This year’s competition has produced astonishing results, capturing the essence of nature through the lenses of talented photographers. … Read more

Tourist Rescued in Alaska’s Katmai National Park Thanks to Wildlife Camera

Tourist Rescued in Alaska’s Katmai National Park Thanks to Wildlife Camera

AA tourist has appeared on a camera set up to monitor wildlife in a remote national park in Laska, pleading for help. The cameras were set up to capture footage of brown bears arriving to feed on salmon ahead of winter hibernation. Brown bears are the most aggressive of bears. However, an exhausted man suddenly … Read more

Wildfire smoke is becoming ‘larger share’ of air pollution

Wildfire smoke is becoming ‘larger share’ of air pollution

In an image provided by NOAA, A July 12, 2021 satellite photo showing wildfire smoke across much of the American west. Two new reports released on Sept. 20 confirmed what many Americans have been already seeing and breathing: Smoke from increasingly frequent and bigger fires has started to undo decades of hard-won gains in air … Read more

“Bruno’s sister and the dangers of bear encounters”

Bruno’s sister also a “problem bear” Bears are naturally shy and avoid encounters with humans. A direct encounter is therefore rather rare. However, it cannot be ruled out, as a current case from the Alpine region shows. There, a 26-year-old man from Trentino fell victim to Bruno’s sister while jogging. DNA analyzes revealed that JJ4 … Read more