The Weekly Round Up: April 10- May 6

What?!?!?!?  A new Weekly Round Up?  But we haven’t had one of these in weeks???  After dropping the ball for a few weeks, it’s back baby, in all its glory.  I’ve scoured the internet and grabbed for you a group of environmental news stories that I think you’ll enjoy.  I’m talking fish eyeball parasites, CRISPR-HIV research, and a pretty damn cool cuttlefish battle.  So let’s dive in!

Iceland drills 4.7 km down into volcano to tap clean energy

Parasite living inside fish eyeball controls its behaviour

Global warming could unleash viruses that have lain dormant for millennia warn scientists

Hear the rustle of the grass? Not so much now in US parks

Toronto launches public consultation to address exotic animal and mobile zoo problem

EPA wipes its climate change site as protesters march in Washington

CRISPR eliminates HIV in live animals

Researchers cure diabetes in mice without side effects

Detective work across dingo fence reveals new factor in woody shrub invasion

Timeline of 100 days of Trump’s assault on the environment

Los Angeles becomes largest US city to ban wild animals in entertainment

Environmental groups sue Trump administration over offshore drilling

And finally, Mating battle between wild cuttlefish captured on video for first time

That’s it for this week’s Round Up, though.  Be sure to comment below with your thoughts and opinions, or if we missed any major environmental news stories!