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Birds and Fish Dying a Coincidence Experts Say


If the massive bird and fish deaths have been freaking you out – here’s a bit of comforting news – experts are saying that although what has been happening lately is definitely obscure, it’s certainly not the sign of the apocalypse. Approximately 500 dead birds were discovered in Louisiana this week and on New Year’s […]

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Montel Williams Busted for Marijuana Pipe


Former talk show phenomenon Montel Williams is in trouble with the law after he went through airport security with a metal smoking pipe cops say is used to smoke marijuana. Milwaukee TSA busted Williams when he tried to make it through security with the pipe in his carry on, which set of metal detectors. Though […]

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Heather Mills’ Vegan Restaurant in Trouble?


Paul McCartney’s trouble ex Heather Mills might be having more, well, trouble. File this one under shocking, but Mills’ vegan restaurant might be going under. Out of the Beatle money, Mills purchased vegan eatery VBites shut down for the winter season, but rumors are swirling that the restaurant is in trouble and may not reopen. […]

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Giant Goldfish Caught in France


A giant koi was apparently caught at a lake in France but now some are calling the story a fake, though marine experts say that a fish that size and color is very possible. The 30-pound koi carp is the largest of its kind ever caught in the wild after it was fished out of […]

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World’s Smallest Frog Discovered


Do not adjust your computer monitors. Yes, this is a frog. On the end of a pencil. Yes, he is smaller than the average frog and yes, he is a damn cute amphibian! The world’s smallest amphibian has reecently been discovered and has been dubbed by scientists: the Microhyla nepenthicola. Adult frogs of this species range […]

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Monsanto Will Pay $2.5M Fine To EPA


$2.5 Million. That’s the amount of the largest fine ever given out under a U.S. pesticides law, and it will be agricultural powerhouse Monsanto that will pay it. The Environmental Protection Agency will be collecting the $2.5 million fine, which considering other payments Monsanto has had to pay out in the past, is barely a […]

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Woody Harrelson Appeals to Congress for Healthy School Meals Act


Worried about what kind of food they’re feeding your little monkies in school? We all are. Since Food Inc., as well as Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution, there has been heightend awareness regarding the nutrition the public school system is offering the youth of today. Now, actor Woody Harrelson has jumped on board, becoming an advocate […]

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Cold Weather Killing the Florida Manatee


The Florida Manatee, is already an endangered species due to human impact and habitat loss but one of the main contributing factors is cold water which leads to these animals to get sick. So far this year more than 100 manatees have been found dead in Florida waters and according to the Florida Fish and […]

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London Planting 2 Million Trees By 2025


London Mayor Boris Johnson’s environmental adviser, Isabel Dedring, said climate projections show that the average summer temperatures in London could be at least 3.9C higher by 2080, and as much as 6C to 10C on the hottest days. A recent study suggested that increasing the amount of greenery in a city by 10% could offset […]

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Pakistan Breaks Tree Planting Record


Three hundred volunteers in Pakistan planted 541,176 mangrove trees (by hand) in one day, subsequently breaking the Guinness World Record for tree planting. The volunteers managed to do it all without the aid of mechanical equipment. They planted the mangroves in the Indus River Delta wetland ecosystem in the Southern Sindh Province of Pakistan. WWF […]

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