Everyone who witnessed the Apollo 11 lunar landing has a memory: where they were, what they felt, how they watched.
Imagine if it were your dad walking on the moon.
It’s Shark Week, and the Wonder Theory crew are big fans of these underwater predators with an image problem.
These hunters of the deep blue have endured for millions of years and evolved to survive in incredibly harsh environments.
Dogs really will keep on loving you because it’s the only thing they want to do — and there is science behind that.
Fido has been hanging out with humans for more than 14,000 years, which gives dogs certain skills when it comes to understanding what people think or feel, according to new research.
The research could shed more light on the connection between dogs and humans and how they help us in everyday life.
The moon’s gravitational pull is the main cause of tides on Earth. When a wobble occurs in the lunar orbit, high tides get higher and low tides get lower.
And this is going to be a problem as global sea levels rise over the next decade due to our ongoing climate crisis, leading to coastal flooding.
Some cities could experience more drastic and frequent floods than others.
The manatees need our help.
Unfortunately, more manatees have died in the first half of this year in Florida than ever before. This “unusual mortality event” is more than twice the number of Florida manatees that died in 2020.
Many of these gentle slow-moving giants lived in the Indian River Lagoon, which serves as a winter home for the marine creatures that connects to the Atlantic Ocean. The estuary was once filled with seagrasses for the manatees to munch on, but 60% of it has disappeared due to pollution.
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