All posts tagged with Animals
05/15/2017 / By D. Samuelson

Ohia.org reminds us that sharks are both scavengers and super -predators, who greatly assist in keeping the ocean’s ecosystem balanced. Sharks

http://www.enviro.news/2017-05-15-mass-die-off-in-the-pacific-as-hundreds-of-sharks-wash-up-on-the-shores-of-san-francisco.html

05/11/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Once thought to be healthier than their captive cousins, wild dolphins have begun showing signs of compromised immune systems. Researchers

http://www.enviro.news/2017-05-11-human-pollution-of-worlds-oceans-now-suppressing-immune-systems-of-dolphins.html

05/10/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Bee populations have dwindled in recent years. Pesticides, parasites, and the disappearance of wildflowers have all been cited as reasons

http://www.enviro.news/2017-05-10-save-the-bees-with-these-10-easy-to-grow-flowers.html

04/30/2017 / By Earl Garcia

A recent study revealed that the 2010 BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, touted as the largest oil spill in the U.S.

http://www.enviro.news/2017-04-30-bp-deepwater-horizon-oil-spill-found-to-have-caused-over-17-billion-in-environmental-damage.html

04/27/2017 / By Earl Garcia

The planet’s animal population is rapidly dwindling, with about two-thirds expected to be wiped out by 2020, a recent analysis revealed.

http://www.enviro.news/2017-04-27-mass-die-offs-accelerate-across-the-planet-by-2020-two-thirds-of-wild-animals-will-be-wiped-out.html

04/19/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

The population of butterflies in the UK has sharply dwindled, conservationists have revealed. According to the UK Butterfly Monitoring Scheme,

http://www.enviro.news/2017-04-19-earth-is-dying-40-of-57-butterfly-species-plummeted-in-population-in-just-the-last-year-as-global-ecosystem-die-offs.html

04/14/2017 / By Tracey Watson

When soda giant Coca-Cola was asked to participate in a survey of the world’s top six drinks manufacturers by the

http://www.enviro.news/2017-04-14-coca-cola-responsible-for-polluting-the-earth-with-100-billion-plastic-bottles-reveals-alarming-investigation.html

04/10/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Despite the numerous debates and widespread outrage against neonicotinoids, research into how these popular insecticides affect environmental and public health

http://www.enviro.news/2017-04-10-dangerous-farm-pesticides-are-showing-up-in-americas-drinking-water.html

04/07/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Terry Pareja, a 65-year-old father-of-two from the Philippines, was visiting his family in rural Victoria, Australia, in February 2017 when

http://www.enviro.news/2017-04-07-horrific-spider-bite-may-cause-man-to-lose-his-arms-and-legs.html

04/03/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Marine fish provides 15 percent of all animal protein consumed by humans. Unfortunately, we may not have the luxury of

http://www.enviro.news/2017-04-03-massive-academic-cover-up-concealing-a-near-total-collapse-of-ocean-food-chains-mass-death-to-humans-will-follow.html

03/26/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

If you are a salmon lover, you may have to cut back on how much of this vitamin D and

http://www.enviro.news/2017-03-26-collapse-hundreds-of-millions-pacific-salmon-presumed-dead.html

02/17/2017 / By Tracey Watson

Plastic waste has been accumulating in the oceans since as far back as the 1920s; just a few years after

http://www.enviro.news/2017-02-17-seafood-lovers-are-eating-11000-plastic-fragments-each-year.html

02/17/2017 / By Vicki Batts

The environmental disaster that was caused by the Fukushima-Daiichi nuclear power plant accident continues to persist, even today. While the

http://www.enviro.news/2017-02-17-fukushima-radiation-now-reported-in-west-coast-tuna.html

02/15/2017 / By Tracey Watson

Millions of Saiga antelope, or Saiga tatarica, once took part in one of the world’s most spectacular migration displays when

http://www.enviro.news/2017-02-15-collapse-deadly-virus-destroys-2500-antelopes-in-mass-die-off.html