The sympathetic council are now doing all they can to assist Kathleen by speeding through her application and keeping costs to a bare minimum - acknowledging that an over-zealous official had clearly blundered when the lamp-post was installed.
Environmental experts fear invasive species could be disastrous for fragile ecosystems and native species of the Galapagos Islands.
Behavioral scientists believe that voting Evangelical Christians are influencing key Republican lawmakers against regulating climate polluting greenhouse gases.
Sadly, the only specimen still to be found in Taiwan is a stuffed specimen at the National Museum, the two live clouded leopards at Taipei Zoo another, imported subspecies from Southeast Asia
Overgrazing is becoming a VERY serious issue worldwide NOW!
This new one, however, has been constructed in a room of an abandoned shop - where a monster nest measuring 22 ft by eight ft is now home to millions of the stinging insects
This startling burial dates back to between 2,200 and 2,500 B.C. — the Copper Age, not long after the building of Stonehenge, some 60 miles away.
Visually beautiful as adult butterflies are, with endless variety in shapes and colors, they can, sometimes, be outshone by the invisible eggs, to our limited vision, anyway
Environmentalists are not scoring many victories these days, but a court decision this week gives pause to cheer a bit.
How much this massive landslide will cost the mine is unknown as yet, though three of 13 shovels and 14 of 100 trucks were damaged or buried, along with several bulldozers and graders, some of which may not be salvageable.
Beginning on June 3, vast quantities of dead sardines washed ashore, clogging up Ohara fishing port in western Japan, near Isumi City. The port was closed due to the emergency
First examples of documented seed spitting occurred with rodents, which are well known for not exactly being too choosy, as long as the food on offer seems tasty.
In suicidal acts of self-sacrifice, they cause these to explode, when threatened, showering enemies with toxins to help defend their colonies.
Unfortunately, Pangolin meat and scales fetch hundreds of dollars per kilogram in China, so poachers see them as desirable targets, because there is rising demand for pangolins.
These slimy monsters are also a health risk - known to carry the rat lungworm parasite - which can infect humans through contaminated water or vegetables, Anyplace they invade quickly becomes a slick mess, as they greedily consume over 500 known species of plants