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Launch of first and only cat food that reduces allergens in cat hair and dander
Launch of first and only cat food that reduces allergens in cat hair and dander
2/28/2020 11:58:19 AM
Nestlé Purina has developed the first and only cat food that reduces the allergens in cat hair and dander.  Purina Pro Plan  LiveClear is a 100% complete, nutritious and balanced dry cat food that has been shown to significantly reduce the allergens in cat hair and dander in as little as three weeks when fed daily.
Unleashing impactful innovations in pet care
Unleashing impactful innovations in pet care
2/27/2020 2:15:37 PM
Nestlé has launched  Unleashed  , a new accelerator program in pet care. The Nestlé Purina program is part of the global initiative to accelerate innovation, addressing fast-changing consumer needs and major challenges linked to the future of food and nutrition.
The Monarch Sanctuary installation arrives at the Morris Museum
The Monarch Sanctuary installation arrives at the Morris Museum
2/25/2020 3:53:37 PM
Terreform ONE, an architecture and urban design research group based in Brooklyn, New York teamed with BASF to launch the Monarch Sanctuary installation at the Morris Museum.
Penn Power Partners with Erie Bird Observatory to Protect Nesting Birds, Prevent Power Outages
Penn Power Partners with Erie Bird Observatory to Protect Nesting Birds, Prevent Power Outages
2/24/2020 1:20:16 PM
As part of its ongoing efforts to protect nesting birds and prevent power outages, The Pennsylvania Power Company (Penn Power), a subsidiary of FirstEnergy Corp.
Plenty of Gloom with a Dash of Hope: Fossils Help Identify a Lone “Bright Spot” Reef in a Similar State to Coral Reefs Before Human Impact
Plenty of Gloom with a Dash of Hope: Fossils Help Identify a Lone “Bright Spot” Reef in a Similar State to Coral Reefs Before Human Impact
2/21/2020 9:36:18 AM
Researchers at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (STRI) discovered a massive, 7,000-year-old fossilized coral reef near the institute’s Bocas del Toro Research Station in Panama.
Pesticide giants make billions from bee-harming and other hazardous chemicals
Pesticide giants make billions from bee-harming and other hazardous chemicals
2/21/2020 8:44:02 AM
The world’s five largest agrochemical companies are making billions by selling toxic pesticides posing serious threats to human health or wildlife, a joint investigation by  Unearthed  and the Swiss NGO  Public Eye  has revealed.  The first major analysis of the global trade in highly hazardous pesticides also reveals that chemical giants are selling disproportionately more …
Stinging Water Mystery Solved: Jellyfish Can Sting Swimmers, Prey with ‘Mucus Grenades’
Stinging Water Mystery Solved: Jellyfish Can Sting Swimmers, Prey with ‘Mucus Grenades’
2/14/2020 10:36:31 AM
In warm coastal waters around the world, swimmers can often spot large groups of jellyfish pulsing rhythmically on the seafloor. Unless properly prepared with protective clothing, it is best to steer clear of areas that  Cassiopea, or upside-down jellyfish inhabit: getting too close can lead to irritating stings, even without direct contact.
Remdesivir prevents MERS coronavirus disease in monkeys
Remdesivir prevents MERS coronavirus disease in monkeys
2/13/2020 6:02:53 PM
What The experimental antiviral remdesivir successfully prevented disease in rhesus macaques infected with Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), according to a new study from National Institutes of Health scientists.
Government of Canada supports new pilot risk management tool for pork producers
Government of Canada supports new pilot risk management tool for pork producers
2/13/2020 2:07:56 PM
Marie-Claude Bibeau, Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food, announced today the development of a risk management strategy being undertaken by the Manitoba Pork Council for pork producers to recover from the devastation caused by potential outbreaks of diseases, such as porcine epidemic diarrhea.
Growing Livestock Numbers Threaten One of the Last Refuges for Large Wild Herbivores in Kenya
Growing Livestock Numbers Threaten One of the Last Refuges for Large Wild Herbivores in Kenya
2/13/2020 9:48:20 AM
Across Laikipia County in central Kenya, large wild herbivores, including endangered species like the reticulated giraffe, Grevy’s zebra and African wild dog, coexist alongside rapidly growing numbers of people and associated livestock. A  Biological Conservation  study published this month reveals that whether wild herbivore species thrive or decline in Laikipia is linked …
City council wrangles cause robust debate on Belfast Zoo’s future
City council wrangles cause robust debate on Belfast Zoo’s future
2/11/2020 1:19:29 PM
The future nature of Belfast Zoo is uncertain after a motion was tabled by a city councillor to phase out the display of caged animals and return the animals "to their natural habitats".
Antarctic penguin colonies decline by as much as 77% in last 50 years
Antarctic penguin colonies decline by as much as 77% in last 50 years
2/11/2020 8:35:24 AM
Scientists surveying chinstrap penguin colonies in the Antarctic have found drastic reductions in many colonies, with some declining by as much as 77% since they were last surveyed almost 50 years ago.  The independent researchers, on a Greenpeace expedition to the region, found that every single colony surveyed on Elephant Island, an important habitat northeast of the …
Author Lynda Hamblen proudly presents her novel titled “William and Tibby Forever”
Author Lynda Hamblen proudly presents her novel titled “William and Tibby Forever”
2/7/2020 9:14:09 PM
“William and Tibby Forever” is an uplifting cat’s tale about life that never ends and love that never dies. It tells of a cat’s view of life on earth and in heaven.
UNESCO expresses concern after the suspicious death of several guides in the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve (Mexico)
UNESCO expresses concern after the suspicious death of several guides in the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve (Mexico)
2/4/2020 8:18:54 AM
UNESCO expresses its sadness and dismay at the disappearance of Mr Raúl Hernández, guide of the  Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve (Mexico)  and committed nature conservation activist, whose body, bearing signs of violence, was found on 3 February in the state of Michoacán.  UNESCO is calling for light to be shed on the extremely disturbing circumstances that marked his …
South Africa Announces Decline in Rhino Poaching for 2019
South Africa Announces Decline in Rhino Poaching for 2019
2/4/2020 5:02:28 AM
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) welcomes the reported decline in the number of rhinos lost to poaching in South Africa in 2019, as announced by the Department of the Environment, Forestry and Fisheries (DEFF) today, and commends Minister Barbara Creecy for sharing the results of the combined efforts of government, private, community and NGO partners.  DEFF has reported that the …
Amazonia Exhibit at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo Now Includes a Guinea Pig Village
Amazonia Exhibit at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo Now Includes a Guinea Pig Village
2/3/2020 2:08:47 PM
Visitors to the Amazonia exhibit at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo can now learn about the natural history and cultural significance of a familiar animal—the guinea pig.
Jacquie Faber’s Metaphorical Take on Existential Anguish
Jacquie Faber’s Metaphorical Take on Existential Anguish
1/30/2020 1:24:44 AM
The world is filled with rules of what to do and what not to do. Sometimes, it dictates what you ought to be and how you ought to behave. Jacquie Faber, however, tells otherwise in her imagery-packed book, “Desiree’s Night Flight.” Desiree is a butterfly who so badly wants to fly at night.

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