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Meet Linus, federal agent. He’s also a 6-year-old beagle.
Last night’s NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams ran a special report on Beagle Brigades, adorable teams of rescue beagles that assist the U.S. Customs and Border Patrol by … Read More
Next time you have a pile of work to get done, find some baby animals to “ooo and ahh” over first. That’s right: viewing cute images, like baby animals, can increase concentration and productivity, according to a new Japanese study.
In … Read More
Every year, visitors from around the world migrate to South Dakota’s Custer State Park to witness 1,000 buffalo rumble across the plains in an annual “Buffalo Roundup.” Check out these great photos from this year’s event. The pastoral … Read More
I’ll admit it: Dogs are my weakness. It wasn’t always this way. But I have a boy who needed a dog. So, about three years ago, we went on Petfinder and brought one home from a shelter. Okay, first there were several years of pleading and… Read More
We’re been big on baby pandas in our house ever since Tai Shan made his debut at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C. in 2005. So when I heard about the birth earlier this week of a new panda cub at the same zoo, I headed straight for the … Read More
A new study published in the scientific journal Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment shows that sea otters are doing great things for the planet. Researchers at the University of California, Santa Cruz found that by scaring away sea … Read More
Our Beautiful World and Universe, a Facebook “community page about Mother Nature,” never fails to delight with its gorgeous images of wildlife and natural beauty. I stumbled on the page a few months ago and have since been treated to … Read More
For a dose of delight in the closing days of summer, I recommend Barynard Confidential: An A to Z Reader of Life Lessons, Tall Tales, and Country Wisdom. This charming, illustrated guide to the rural life is an anthology of short … Read More
I had just about gotten used to the term “doggie day care” as a euphemism for “kennel” when I read in the New York Post about a full-service hotel for canines that’s set to open in fashionable Chelsea.
No crates and kibble here: … Read More
As a UCLA physician and Los Angeles Zoo consultant, Barbara Natterson-Horowitz began to notice striking similarities between health problems in humans and animals. Cougars, for example, are susceptible to breast cancer; elephants, birds, … Read More
Last night I found out that Lonesome George died—the 100-year-old Galapagos turtle, who was the last of his subspecies—and was sad at his passing. Tonight, I’m going to celebrate his life by watching this great PBS Nature video, which … Read More