Medical Science Thinks Chimpanzes Can Be the Answer to Curing HIV

June 7, 2015

Researchers discovered Tanzanian Chimps have a gene variant that protects them from the primate version of the HIV virus. Chimps share between 85 to 95 of their DNA with the human. It seems that it’s only natural to see if the chimp has any genetic traits that would be able to help mankind. The scientists […]

Wild Lynx May Be Coming Back To Britain

March 9, 2015

The Big Cats Have Not Been Seen In Britain In Over 1,300 Years The Lynx is a magical cat. In certain parts of the world, the Lynx is called a bobcat. The cat’s long limbs, tufted ears and short tail make it look like it could be a big house cat, but that’s a very […]

First Baby Woolly Rhino Found In Siberia

March 4, 2015

The Remains Of The !0,000 Year-Old Rhino Were Preserved In Permafrost It seems finding woolly creatures in almost perfect condition is unusual. But if you want to find one, Siberia seems to be the place to go. Not everyone wants to know what elephants and rhinos looked like 10,000 years ago, but the people that […]

Study: Pumas Kill More but Consume Less When Near Humans

February 16, 2015

The University of California at Santa Cruz has an article on their news site about a study done by the researchers in their own Environmental Studies department. The study found, among other things, that pumas living near human developments tend to kill prey (mainly deer) more frequently than pumas living away from humans, but abandon […]