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U.S. Congress Passes Bill To Investigate Whether The Pentagon Weaponized Ticks And Other Insects For Bio-Warfare

U.S. Congress Passes Bill To Investigate Whether The Pentagon Weaponized Ticks And Other Insects For Bio-Warfare

A New Jersey representative wants to know whether a Lyme disease outbreak in the '50s and '70s coincided with a government-sanctioned experiment gone awry, and has passed a bill to investigate.
‘He Loves Bagels’: Florida Man Arrested After Feeding Wild Alligator

‘He Loves Bagels’: Florida Man Arrested After Feeding Wild Alligator

"It’s totally illegal to do it. Did I know it? No. Did I know I couldn’t feed a turtle? Alligators...yeah, I kind of knew that."
Trophy Hunting Couple’s Post-Kill Kiss Enrages Animal Rights Activists Everywhere

Trophy Hunting Couple’s Post-Kill Kiss Enrages Animal Rights Activists Everywhere

"This couple should be utterly ashamed of themselves, not showing off and snogging for the cameras."
Abused Dog Rescued After Being Buried Alive On Hawaiian Beach By Owner

Abused Dog Rescued After Being Buried Alive On Hawaiian Beach By Owner

Leialoha, which means "beloved child," was buried on a Hawaiian beach by her owner. She's now being treated by PAWS of Hawaii.
Asian Longhorned Ticks Just Drained A Fifth North Carolina Cow To Death

Asian Longhorned Ticks Just Drained A Fifth North Carolina Cow To Death

This tick species was initially indigenous to Asia, but made its way to Australia and New Zealand before arriving in the U.S. It now has populations in at least 10 states.
Aspen’s Dogs Are Getting Stoned AF From Eating Human Feces Laced With THC

Aspen’s Dogs Are Getting Stoned AF From Eating Human Feces Laced With THC

Dr. Scott Dolginow said he sees between three and 10 high dogs come in per week. However, this isn't from the dogs getting into a stash at home, but rather indulging in a trail-side snack.
Scientists Find Organisms That Are Still Alive In The Arctic Ice

Scientists Find Organisms That Are Still Alive In The Arctic Ice

Million-year-old single-celled organisms have been brought back to life before, but now scientists are bringing back ancient moss — and even a 40,000-year-old worm.
Lions And Tigers Are Bred In Disturbing Farms To Supply Chinese Medicine Trade, Report Shows

Lions And Tigers Are Bred In Disturbing Farms To Supply Chinese Medicine Trade, Report Shows

In South Africa, there are an estimated 244 facilities that keep 6,000 to 8,000 lions and 280 tigers in cruel captivity and shipped at least 70 metric tonnes of bones between 2007 and 2016.
Humans Have Made Cockroaches Virtually Unkillable Thanks To Pesticide Immunity

Humans Have Made Cockroaches Virtually Unkillable Thanks To Pesticide Immunity

"We didn't have a clue that something like that could happen this fast. This is a previously unrealized challenge in cockroaches."
Despite Public Outcry And Low Demand, Japan Resumes Whale Hunting After 31-Year Ban

Despite Public Outcry And Low Demand, Japan Resumes Whale Hunting After 31-Year Ban

Whaling has been a Japanese tradition for centuries and was particularly important post-World War II to feed the country's poor. Now, the government wants to revive the whaling industry despite growing disinterest in whale meat among Japanese.
Man Mauled And ‘Preserved As Food’ By Bear Survives A Month In Its Den

Man Mauled And ‘Preserved As Food’ By Bear Survives A Month In Its Den

Known only as Alexander, the victim was mauled and dragged into a brown bear's den as food for later. When found, he resembled a mummified corpse.