In our current knowledge, there have been five mass extinctions. Scientists today believe that we are in the middle of the sixth.
These days, it seems that biology has become a major that young people lean into because they want to work in health or academia, or because they are blindly throwing a dart at a STEM degree that “opens doors” to many paths.
Walk through any college town neighborhood on a balmy summer day at the end of term and you’ll likely spy a mattress leaning against a pole, a battered wooden desk, as well as miscellaneous drawers and chairs taking up space on the curb.
In a world where people are beginning to care more about what they eat and where their food comes from, American Catch provides an eye-opening account on how the seafood industry has evolved under most Americans’ radar.
TikTok is not all about Charli D’Amelio’s latest dance or the most scrumptious baking hack; there’s a whole side of TikTok dedicated to animals.
I had the pleasure of being able to converse with Dr. Siperstein, a practicing exotics vet in the Bay Area, on what being an exotics veterinarian is like. Dr. Siperstein is very passionate about exotics, and has shared many incredible stories about her patients with me and with the pre-vet club on my college campus.
“In the rolling dales of Yorkshire, a simple, rural region of northern England, a young veterinarian from Sunderland joins a new practice. A stranger in a strange land, he must quickly learn the odd dialect and humorous ways of the locals, master outdated equipment, and do his best to mend, treat, and heal pets andContinue reading “Book Review: All Creatures Great and Small”
It’s ironic how Eric Goode and Rebecca Chaiklin, the show’s directors, created a documentary about people exploiting tigers yet chose to capitalize off of drama and character quirks instead of focusing on the animal issues.
A few weeks ago, Fka twigs, an English singer-songwriter, went viral on Twitter because cats were weirdly entranced by her music.
Just when it seemed like Denver citizens were on their way to welcoming pit bulls into their families, Denver mayor Michael Hancock vetoed the bill on February 14th.