August 15, 2021
Illegal Drug Growing Is Destroying Some U.S. Forests
Forest rangers are working to destroy land damaged by growers.
One-fifth of the world's reptiles are at risk of extinction
Habitat loss is the No.1 reason behind population decline and extinction, according to experts.
Butterflies split from moths 101 million years ago
When butterflies split from moths 101 million years ago, it did not take long for them to spread from North America to elsewhere across the world.
Soap scents could make mosquitoes more, less attracted to you
Researchers found that the soap you use could make mosquitoes more or less attracted to you.
Turkey's Erdogan wins 5th term as president
This extends Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's rule into a third decade.
Ukrainian booed for not shaking Belarusian's hand at French Open
Marta Kostyuk has been critical of athletes like Aryna Sabalenka, claiming they have not taken a stand against Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Conservationists urge public to keep box turtles in natural habitat
Box turtles are listed as a species of critical concern and don't always make for being good pets.