Climate Change Claims a Lake, and an Identity An indigenous group that survived Spanish and Inca conquest cannot handle the abrupt upheaval of global warming. Lake Poopó was more than their livelihood: It was their identity.
Over 140 volunteers and conservation officers recently worked through the night to return stranded pilot whales to deeper waters. Praise their efforts, which will continue until no live whales remain stranded.
Strange ‘sea pickles’ keep washing ashore in the Pacific Northwest — and scientists are baffled