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! Continue reading

March Mammal Madness 2017 Update

As I’m sure you all know (cause you routinely read our articles, like this one), I’m a big fan of March Mammal Madness.  Or at least have been ever since I first heard about it almost three weeks ago.  Either way, I love it.  Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to keep up with it as regularly as I hoped.  So today I’ll fix that.  Here’s everything that has happened over the past two and a half weeks. Continue reading

The Weekly Round Up: January 25-30

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Guess what time it is?  It’s The Weekly Round Up.  That time of the week when you get to put your feet up, grab your cup of coffee, and catch up on all things environmental that went on this week.  Lucky for you, this was a pretty great week.  With new pipeline regulations being put into place in Canada, brain size/smarts research, self aware lizards, and street fights, this week was something, that’s for sure.  It’s been a pretty interesting week, so let’s dive in. Continue reading