Zoo Miami Turns Animal Poop Into ‘Zoo Doo’ Compost

THROUGH THE REST ONLY WEEK PRETTY BREEZY. BY SUNDAY SOME IMPROVEMENT. ZOO MIAMI UNVEILED ITS NEWEST ADDITION TODAY ALTHOUGH THIS TIME IT WASN’T A NEW ANIMAL INSTEAD IT’S SOMETHING THAT COMES FROM AN ANIMAL AND YOU CAN BUY IT AND TAKE IT HOME. MARCIANO GOT AN UP CLOSE LOOK AND SMELL. Reporter: WELCOME TO THE Read more…

These Names Can Kill Animals

Around the turn of the 20th century, African ranchers regularly shot these cute native carnivores. The animals were known as “tricolored dogs”, but the angry ranchers, convinced the creatures were slaughtering livestock, started calling them simply – and disdainfully – “wild dogs”, and the name stuck. For decades, the canines’ population declined, but most people Read more…

Meet the tardigrade, the toughest animal on Earth – Thomas Boothby

Without water, a human can only survive for about 100 hours. But there’s a creature so resilient that it can go without it for decades. This one millimeter animal can survive both the hottest and coldest environments on Earth, and can even withstand high levels of radiation. This is the tardigrade, and it’s one of Read more…

Full Debate – Animals Should Be Off The Menu; The St James Ethics & Wheeler Centre | CHN subtitles

The End of Animal Farming | Jacy Reese | TEDxUniversityofMississippi

Translator: Leonardo Silva Reviewer: David DeRuwe Before we dive in, I want to ask a couple of questions. First, how many of you are vegetarian or vegan? Okay, a few – around maybe 5%. If we asked all US adults, it would be around 5, maybe 10%. Now, how many of you have seen at Read more…

Breeding Salt Tolerant Crop Plants

The population of our planet is projected to reach nine billion by the year twenty-forty. Adding this many new faces brings both hope and challenges including more mouths to feed in a world where one out of every nine people already do not have enough to eat. With limited land and agriculture resources at our Read more…

What intensive farming means — for the animals and for the environment. (BBC Countryfile)

Here in the States, I’ve already seen how they do intensive farming on a huge scale. In the next 40 years, we’ll have 9 billion people on this planet. We have to make as much food as we have made since the beginning of time. and I’ve seen from the air, how another farm does Read more…

Giant Australian Cuttlefish breeding migration threatened – Whyalla, South Australia

The industrial seaside town of Whyalla in the upper Spencer Gulf in South Australia is home to a unique wildlife phenomenon. Beneath these waters, the Giant Cuttlefish, a relative of the squid and octopus can be seen displaying its remarkable colour and shape-changing abilities. Chromatophores in the animals’ skin allow them to reproduce the colours Read more…

The Bounty Hunters Catching Pythons In Florida (HBO)

Animals and plants introduced from non-native environments cost the U.S.an estimated $120-billion a year, including the Burmese python— a top predator that’s been wiping out other forms of life in the Everglades. But one local agency is fighting back, by unleashing an even more deadly force: Floridians. — This is going to be our secret Read more…

Philip Wollen : Animals Should Be Off The Menu debate | Subtitles in 18 languages

On behalf of St James Ethics Centre, the Wheeler Centre, The Melbourne Food and Wine Festival, The Age The City of Melbourne and the ABC All of whom have worked together to make this event possible I would like to welcome Philip Wollen ((Applause)) King Lear, late at night on the cliffs asks the blind Read more…