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by Amanda Froelich The furniture retailer is looking at using biodegradable mycelium “fungi packaging” as part of its efforts to reduce waste and increase recycling. …

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The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it. Robert Swan

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The rhino and the people who tried to save his species taught one photographer indelible lessons.

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The Pango-Cam is a first-of-its-kind camera setup attached to a black-bellied pangolin’s back to provide unique footage of the animal’s behavior.A collaboration between filmmaker Katie Schuler and pangolin biologist Matthew Shirley, the team recently recorded excellent footage in Nigeria, as see...

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EMOTIONALLY shattering photos show exhausted, parched animals draw their final breaths as their only source of water evaporates. The devastating images were taken at Lake Ngami — in the Okavango de…

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It's hurricane season, but this is ridiculous. The six storms whirling this week in the Atlantic and Pacific set a record, forecasters reported.

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Video inside article shows a pod of dolphins appearing to comfort each other before hunters moved in to kill the family and take some into captivity. The video was recorded in a cove near Taiji, Japan, where a group of pilot whales was herded and kept overnight before being broken up. “Observers from US charity Dolphin Project said that, as the pod waited for their fate, they could be seen swimming in a tight circle with the matriarch circling around and 'rubbing up against members of her family'. It happened on September 10. The following day divers went into the water where they selected eight of the animals to be taken into captivity. The rest were slaughtered. Video footage of the family being broken up showed the water frothing as some of the pilot whales were wrestled into slings attached to the sides of the boats before being hauled away. Others were killed and their bodies slung under the bows of the boats so they could be taken away for food. Among the dead was the mother who spent the night comforting her brood, who was seen floating alone in the water before being hauled away. Each year from the start of September until late February, the port of Taiji witnesses such scenes as dolphins are legally hunted by fishermen who are given permits from the government. Fishermen use metal poles inserted into the water and struck with hammers to create a 'wall of sound' that confuses the animals and drives them into the cove...” #pilotdolphins #diffrhythm #world #humanity #species #boats #protect #stop #oceans #Japan #slaughter #TheCove #environment #ecosystem #wild #DRF #wilderness #marinelife #Taiji (Article by Chris Pleasance)