There are estimated to be almost 6,000 tigers in the wild, an increase of 40% over 2015

There are estimated to be almost 6,000 tigers in the wild, an increase of 40% over 2015

According to a prominent environmentalist organization, there may be 5,578 tigers in the wild, which is 40% more than was previously believed. Despite this, tigers are still an endangered species. According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature, the increase in numbers was caused by better monitoring, and the population is believed to be […]

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Australia is Exterminating Tens of Millions of Bees After Being Hit by Varroa Mite Plague

Australia is Exterminating Tens of Millions of Bees After Being Hit by Varroa Mite Plague

Australia is exterminating tens of millions of bees after a varroa mite plague hit the major honey-producing nation. Australia is just the latest honey-producing nation to have a mite plague issue causing significant declines in honey bee populations. According to authorities, an eradication zone has been set up within a six-mile radius of a sighting. […]

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EDF to construct nuclear power plant overlooking haven for avocets, bitterns and harriers

EDF to construct nuclear power plant overlooking haven for avocets, bitterns and harriers

Last Wednesday, business at the RSPB’s Minsmere reserve’s Bittern Hide was consistent. The hilltop shelter, which views out over a wide expanse of heath, freshwater pools, and reed beds extending to the Suffolk coast, was filled with more than a dozen birdwatchers. Marsh harriers whirled overhead, and a bittern would occasionally fly across the scene. […]

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