For the last 15 years, Joseph Keter has been rescuing, caring for and returning injured and abandoned animals — mainly orphans whose mothers have died — to the wild. From lions to cheetahs and buffalo to gazelle, Joseph has cared for some of Africa’s most iconic animals. His days may be long and difficult, but when it’s life or death for baby animals on Kenya’s Lake Naivasha, it’s all worth it.
Connor Berryhill was only 5 years old when an underwater encounter with an endangered monk seal set him on a path to take care of the world’s most vulnerable creatures. Now 11, he’s taken his small-scale activism big and started his own nonprofit, MicroActivist. Their mission: to connect youth with projects to protect the ocean — and save our planet’s oceans and seas.
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I visited Gibraltar and hung out with monkeys.
Your body is walking proof of evolution, but some parts have grown unnecessary over time. Here are five useless body parts left over from evolution.
The amazing future of oceanographic discovery, featuring biofluorescent sharks, deep sea mining, seafloor vents, ROV’s (remote operated vehicles), and the disturbing effects of ocean acidification.