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- Mexico City's Black Jaguar-White Tiger Foundation was raided and eventually shut down in July after receiving multiple allegations of animal cruelty.
For the First Time in 100 Years, Paris Hopes to Allow Swimming in the Seine RiverAfter 100 years, Paris announced that swimming will eventually be allowed in the Seine. But is the river polluted? Here's what you need to know.
Men Fishing in Florida Keys Encounter Orca Whales — Here's Why This Is UnusualA viral video of orca whales in Key Largo has many people wondering why the animals were in warm waters. It's unusual, but not unheard of.
Purple Mattress Came Out on Top in False Reviews LawsuitPurple, a mattress company, sued Ryan Monahan for posting false reviews about mattress safety. Here's how the lawsuit played out.
Nearly 100 Pilot Whales Were Stranded on an Australian Beach — Here's What HappenedOn July 25, 2023, a pod of nearly 100 long-finned pilot whales became stranded on an Australian beach. Here's what happened to them.
After NYC Dumpster Diver Exposes Shuttered Starbucks Trash, Starbucks Responds (Exclusive)We spoke with a Starbucks spokesperson and dumpster diver Anna Sacks, after she discovered endless waste outside a shuttered Starbucks store.
Tomohon Extreme Market Finally Bans Barbaric Killing of Cats and DogsThe Tomohon Extreme Market in Indonesia has banned the sale of meat from dogs and cats.
A Gulf Stream Collapse Would Have Devastating Climate Effects — and It Could Happen As Soon As 2025A scientific study estimates when the Gulf Stream may collapse. This event could lead to further devastating effects on the climate.
CEO Built a Toxic Workplace Culture At Aritzia, Former Employees ClaimAritzia, a Canadian fashion brand, is in the news due to multiple employees' claims that Brian Hill used fear, intimidation, and psychological abuse.
Solar Panels Provide Shade to Save Hops and More in New ExperimentsJust when solar panels couldn't be more beneficial to the environment, farmers have learned they make excellent shade for beer hops.
Earth Has a Second Moon — Well, a Quasi-MoonAlthough we're used to just seeing our one and only moon, our planet may have a second one.
The Toxic Hammerhead Worm — Where They've Been Spotted and What to KnowHammerhead worms found in Virginia are toxic, but you can protect yourself by taking these steps. Here's what to do if you see one.
What Are Tar Balls? These Mysterious Objects Are Washing Up On Texas BeachesIcky, sticky tar balls are washing up on Texas beaches. Where do they come from and are they harmful? Here's details on the tar balls on Texas beaches.
The Egg Shortage, Explained — Plus, Plant-Based AlternativesThe egg supply in the U.S. and other countries isn't as strong as it used to be, thanks to the avian flu outbreak.
U.S. Kale Contains “Disturbing” Amounts of “Forever Chemicals,” Research FindsSeven out of eight kale samples bought from U.S. grocery stores were found to contain potentially unsafe levels of toxic compounds.
Could Metal Fragments Found in the Ocean Be From Alien Technology?Is there life on other planets? One Harvard scientist believes he found evidence of alien technology where a meteor crashed in the ocean off Papua New Guinea.
Divers Film Elusive “Doomsday Fish,” Thought to Be a Warning of Impending DisasterThe oarfish, also known as the "Doomsday Fish," was seen in shallow waters off the coast of Taiwan. What is the "Doomsday fish theory?"
Fisherman Surprised to Capture a Rare Pink Dolphin Sighting — Watch the VideoA rare pink dolphin sighting took place in Louisiana. What species of dolphin could it have been, and how did it get to that body of water?
Study Finds That Constipation May Be Linked to Cognitive DeclineIf you only poop once every three days, it might lead to cognitive decline. Here's how constipation is linked in a new study.
'New Girl' Actor Max Greenfield Adopts Dog After 400 Days in Foster CareAfter 400 days in foster care, the sweet dog Darlene has found a forever home with Max Greenfield and his wife, Tess Sanchez.
Dumpster Diver "Heartbroken" After Dick's Sporting Goods Destroyed Golf ClubsA Reddit user was disgusted to find destroyed golf clubs when they were dumpster diving at Dick's Sporting Goods. Unfortunately, destroying merchandise is not uncommon in the retail world.
Mystery Object Found on an Australian Beach Is Likely Space Junk — What Does That Mean?Investigators looking into a mystery object found on an Australian beach say it is most likely space junk. Here's more details about what it's from.
Fast Fashion Behemoth Shein Is Facing a Copyright Lawsuit — Details HereIt's unlikely that this lawsuit will take down Shein — but you really shouldn't be supporting the fast fashion retailer, anyway.
Woman Sustains Major Injuries After Bison Attack in Yellowstone National ParkNational Park Service officials are reminding people to stay safe around wild animals after a woman was gored by a bison in Yellowstone.
Less Than 8% of Research on "Forever Chemicals" Makes the News, Study FindsMost research about the hazards of PFAS, aka "forever chemicals," goes unpublicized.
Study Finds "Forever Chemicals" in Contact Lenses — These Brands Are PFAS-FreeResearchers have found PFAS in many popular contact lenses. Are there any contact lenses without PFAS? Let's look at the alternative options.
After Breeder Sets Rabbits Loose, They're Taking Over a Florida CommunityIn Wilton Manors, Florida, a rare rabbit breed has become an invasive species. The beautiful animals don't thrive well in Florida, but what can be done?
Inside the Incredible Survival Story of an Australian Sailor and His Dog at SeaAn Australian sailor and his dog survived in the Pacific Ocean for months. Find out how they managed to keep going during this ordeal.
An Alligator Was Found in a Burmese Python's Stomach in FloridaAn alligator was found in the stomach of a Burmese python in Florida. Has the invasive species become out of control? Here's the scoop.
19-Foot Burmese Python Caught in Florida Breaks World RecordFlorida hunters caught the longest Burmese python ever recorded in history. Find out how long this massive snake was, and how it was captured.
You Might Be Surprised By How Much of the Ocean is UnexploredWhile scientists continue to explore outer space, how much of the ocean is still unexplored? And what is the deepest part of the ocean?
Everything to Know About the Ongoing Albuterol Shortage and RecallAsthma sufferers should know about the albuterol shortage. Are there alternative treatments for breathing problems, and how can you get them?
New Image From James Webb Space Telescope Shows the Birth of a StarNASA unveiled an image of the birth of a star that was taken by the James Webb Space Telescope. The Webb Telescope took its first images of the cosmos in July 2022.
How Climate Change Led to the Sriracha Hot Sauce ShortageThere is a serious sriracha sauce shortage — here's what you need to know.
Dolphins Aren’t Aliens, but They May Help Us Communicate With ThemAre dolphins aliens? Researchers have been studying dolphins as a bridge to future extraterrestrial communication. Here's what to know.
Shark Seen Swimming Close to People on Navarre Beach in FloridaA large shark was caught on video swimming amongst the crowds of people on Navarre Beach, Fla.
Everything to Know About the Simply Tropical Juice PFAS LawsuitKeep reading to learn more about the Simply Orange juice lawsuit, which found PFAS in Simply Tropical juice.
Scientists Discover Rare "Octopus Nursery" in Costa Rica — Details HereScientists estimate they may have discovered new octopus species in Costa Rica in an extremely rare "octopus nursery." Here's what to know.
New Jersey Man Chops 32 Trees on Neighbors Lawn; Could Be Fined MillionsGrant Haber had trees illegally cut down from his New Jersey neighbor's land. How much might Haber end up owing in fines?
Chuck Schumer Asks FDA to Investigate Logan Paul and KSI's PRIME Energy DrinksLogan Paul and KSI's PRIME energy drinks are under fire, and could face an FDA investigation.
A Swedish Expedition in Cyprus Discovers Over 500 New ArtifactsIn July 2023, a Swedish expedition discovered more than 500 new artifacts in Cyprus. Here's what you need to know about the discovery.
Gargantuan Black Hole "Switches On," Surprising Astronomers By Its BrightnessAstronomers were surprised when a gargantuan black hole suddenly "switched on," creating the brightest object ever witnessed.
Have a Black Thumb? 5 Hydroponic Planters to Help Lazy Gardeners at HomeThink you don't have what it takes to grow your own vegetables? These five hydroponic planters can help brand new home gardeners grow their own food.
Is Swimming With Dolphins OK? Brittany Mahomes in Hot Water For "Snuggling a 400-Pound Dolphin"Is swimming with dolphins ethical? From touch tanks to aerial shows to "swim with" programs, marine mammal captivity hides a disturbing dolphin tale.
BelVita Recall: Two Breakfast Products May Contain Peanut AllergensMondelēz Global announced a voluntary recall of two varieties of its belVita Breakfast Sandwich products. The products are suspected of possible peanut contamination.
Baby Owls Found Under Stage After Guns N’ Roses Concert, Named Axl and SlashTwo abandoned owl chicks were discovered nesting under the Pyramid Stage after Guns N’ Roses played at the Glastonbury Festival.
A Hiker Dies in the Grand Canyon Amid Dangerous Global TemperaturesOn July 3, 2023, a woman was pronounced dead after becoming unconscious during a hike in the Grand Canyon. Here's what to know.
A Look at the Formidable Solar Flares of 2023Solar flares can have quite interesting affects on the Earth, and in 2023, this is more true than ever.
Global Warming Sends the Globe a Warning: Earth Just Had Its Hottest Day on RecordIt's hot out there. The record for hottest day on Earth has been beaten.
Are Fireworks Bad for the Environment? What to Know for July 4thFireworks are a July 4th tradition — but how do they affect the environment?