Komodo here we come!
Down by the Sea: The World's Most Endangered... →
hannahluella: And I bet you have not even heard about it or knew it exists. The Vaquita, endemic to the Gulf of California, only inhabiting a very small range. The Vaquita is the smallest of the cetaceans, the females only growing to be about 5 (1.5 Meters) feet, the males 4.5 feet. There are currently only 150 Vaquita left in the world, and there is currently not enough being done to...
Forests fight back all over the world
Woodland density is going up after decades of decline, but concerns about deforestation remain. Andrew Marszal reports on the Great Reversal Forest density is increasing across much of the world after decades of decline, according to a new study by scientists from the United States and Europe. The change, which is being dubbed the Great Reversal by the authors, has important, has...