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WHOA! Orange Alligators Spotted in the South

WHOA! Orange Alligators Spotted in the South

Image: Wochit Entertainment via YouTube You don’t have to look very hard to find an abundance of colorful creatures in nature, but this is new. Photos of not one, but two bright orange...

The Terrible Truth About Tiger Farms

The Terrible Truth About Tiger Farms

Image: Rincewind42 via Flickr You might want to think twice before visiting a tiger park on your next vacation. Thousands of tigers are being exploited for entertainment and profit at “tiger farms” masquerading...

Endangered Bumblebees Are Literally Too Fat To Mate

Endangered Bumblebees Are Literally Too Fat To Mate

Image: bioGraphicMagazine via YouTube The rusty-patched bumblebee was recently the first bee in the Continental United States to be listed as an endangered species, and scientists might have found one reason why: a...

Harmful Pollutants Found in Deepest Ocean Trenches

Harmful Pollutants Found in Deepest Ocean Trenches

One of the most remote places on the planet has become a tangible trash dump — with reports of organic pollutant accumulation measured in fauna on the floor of the Mariana Trench vastly...

Mummified Cave Lions Provide Glimpse Into Icy Past

Mummified Cave Lions Provide Glimpse Into Icy Past

These frozen felines were the first of their kind to be found in such a state of immaculate preservation. The European cave lion Panthera leo spelaea roamed the globe over 700,000 years ago and became extinct following...

Rare Black Maned Ethiopian Lion Spotted

Rare Black Maned Ethiopian Lion Spotted

Extraordinary footage of a close encounter with an elusive black maned Ethiopian lion left the riveted videographer wide-eyed and the rest of the world in awe. Lions are disappearing from Africa in mass numbers — attributing...

Incredibly Preserved Ancient Tortoise Fossil Found in Bahamas Sinkhole

Incredibly Preserved Ancient Tortoise Fossil Found in Bahamas Sinkhole

Image: Wikimedia Commons Researchers in the Bahamas discovered a surprisingly well-preserved specimen of an extinct giant tortoise that died about 1,000 years ago. The tortoise species, named Chelonoidis alburyorum, is related to the...

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