The nine-banded armadillo, which was once found only in Central and South America, is on the move due to loss of habitat caused by deforestation and climate change. This species of armadillo is spreading rapidly east across the U.S., with sightings as far north as Wisconsin and as far east as North Carolina, and though they are […]Continue Reading 502 words
A new report from the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and Stand.earth called “The Issue with Tissue” reveals that Americans use three rolls a week and our preference for super soft tp is destroying Canada’s boreal forests and causing widespread environmental damage.Continue Reading 383 words
By Tessa Cafritz and Monica Medina Even as experts warn about the rapid pace of species extinction, there are discoveries that provide hope, wonder, and new insights as well. Early in January, National Geographic reported that biologists recently discovered a new species of tree frog —Hylosciirtus hillisi — that they named after a famous U.S. evolutionary biologist David […]Continue Reading 461 words
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