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The Deadly Fangs of the Redback Spider
While most species of spider are little more than a nuisance, some pack a deadly punch. This Australian beauty is one of them.
The Earth Day Canopy Project
The design of this program enables the enrichment of life for people, stabilizes wildlife, prevents desertification, and reduces atmospheric carbon levels. This project creates a means for cost effective global participation that fits into the busiest of lifestyles.
The Evolution of Daddy Longlegs
The discovery of a 305 million year old Harvestmen fossil, also known as a Daddy Longlegs, confirms that while they are arachnids they are not spiders.
The Flamboyant Courtship of the Peacock Spider
Even if you hate spiders, you cannot help but to love this little guy!
The Hazards of Frankenfish
Whether people choose to add fish to their diet or not, Frankenfish are an outright hazard to wildlife, the environment, and people.
The Importance of Forest Rangers
The frontline in stopping endangered species from extinction comes in the form of dedicated forest rangers that make protecting the ecosystem their life's work.
The Importance of Rainforests and Animal Diversity
Aggressive rainforest clearing causes extinction to animal life, tribal communities, and plant life necessary to sustain human existence.
The Meaning behind Halloween Animals
Historically, humans and animals have shared a sacred bond, which was openly celebrated on the holiday known as Halloween.
The Need for Whales is Elementary My Dear Watson
With conservationist Paul Watson fighting for his freedom and right to defend defenseless whales from human slaughter, it is little in the way of a surprise that aggressive whaling practices in Iceland, Japan, and the Faroe Islands have reemerged.
The Protection of Dolphins
Six months out of every year an unprecedented slaughter takes place in Taiji, Japan, as migrating dolphins are driven into a cove for slaughter. This reality needs a prompt change.
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