Saving orphaned baby otters, one pup at a time; evolution and the future of human health
For California's sea otters, survival is a long shot. It's not uncommon to see an otter pup — orphaned, lost, hungry and injured — wash up on the beach around Monterey Bay.Continued ...
Hungry northern pike active in fall rivers
With the weather as hot as it's been the past few days, you might want to consider climbing down out of your treestand and picking up your fishing rod.Continued ...
Bugging out at Penn State's Great Insect Fair
UNIVERSITY PARK - Jeremy Collins looked at his mom, Ginny Collins, took a deep breath and then headed over to the Insect Bistro. He stood in front of the chocolate-covered crickets for a minute before he picked one up.Continued ...
Students enjoy learning about rabbits, cavies through club
For Colby Templin, 8, of Exeter Township, raising his Dutch chocolate rabbit, Coco, is a way to stay close to his farm roots while living in suburbia. His grandfather, Robert Wolfgang, owns a farm in Betchelsville.Continued ...
It’s gator time in Florida, and the bigger the better
ORLANDO, Fla. — It’s the middle of Florida’s alligator hunting season, and that means sportsmen — and women — across the state are vying for mammoth creatures that will put them in the record books.Continued ...
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