Great Barrier Reef Found To Have ‘Record Amounts Of Coral’

During June, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned at a UNESCO conference in Lisbon, Portugal that the world is facing an ocean emergency citing the Australian Great Barrier Reef as proof, claiming it experienced a was in danger claiming it suffered another mass bleaching event. As it turns out, the Australian Institute of Marine Sciences issued… Read More Great Barrier Reef Found To Have ‘Record Amounts Of Coral’

Gordon Ramsay Trolls Animal “Rights” Activists, Sparks Outrage

Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay sparked outrage last Thursday after posting a video on his TikTok page clearly geared to troll animal rights activists. The video shows Ramsay approaching a cage full of lambs that he would pick in order to cook. According to NBC‘s Today: “I’m going to eat you,” says Ramsay in a sing-song… Read More Gordon Ramsay Trolls Animal “Rights” Activists, Sparks Outrage

Japanese City Terrorized By Monkey Attacks

Since early July, the residents of the southwestern Japanese town of Yamaguchi are being terrorized by Japanese macaque monkeys in which the animal’s primary targets are children and the elderly. If animal rights groups had their way, this would be a frequent occurrence in all countries around the world. PHOTO CREDIT: Japanese macaques at Jigokudani Hotspring in Nagano … Read More Japanese City Terrorized By Monkey Attacks

Connecticut Transit Authority Pulls Electric Bus Fleet After Bus Fire

Shortly after state lawmakers bragged about the passage of the Connecticut Clean Air Act, including plans for thousands of electric vehicles to hit the road, one of the state-run electric buses caught fire in Hamden over the weekend. Consequently, Connecticut’s transit authority removed 12 electric buses in its fleet from service. While, as the news… Read More Connecticut Transit Authority Pulls Electric Bus Fleet After Bus Fire