What we are reading this week.

What we are reading this week.

What we are reading this week. From this tiny island, they’ve watched the sea for 60 years. Here’s what they’ve learned. National Geographic, Florian Sturm.  Researchers on Helgoland in Germany have observed temperature and sea life at the same spot...
What we are reading this week.

What we are reading this week.

What we are reading this week. Tuna bounce back, but sharks in ‘desperate’ decline. BBC News, Helen Briggs.  Tuna are starting to recover after being fished to the edge of extinction, scientists have revealed. Numbers are bouncing back following a decade...
What we are reading this week.

What we are reading this week.

What we are reading this week. Sponge-like fossil could be Earth’s earliest known animal. Nature, Max Kozlov.  Fossil discovered in northwestern Canada could rewrite the early history of animal life — but some palaeontologists are not convinced it’s real. Read more....
What we are reading this week.

What we are reading this week.

What we are reading this week. How extreme heat affects our pets—and how to help them. National Geographic, Natasha Daly.  Cats, dogs, and rabbits don’t deal with heat like humans do. As heat waves become increasingly common, veterinarians call for extra vigilance....
What we are reading this week.

What we are reading this week.

What we are reading this week. Five parrots separated at UK zoo after encouraging each other to swear at guests NZ Herald.  A UK wildlife sanctuary has been forced to separate five naughty parrots after they wouldn’t stop swearing at visitors. Billy, Eric,...