Monday, October 26, 2020
Thousands of dead octopuses, starfish and other sea creatures have recently washed up on the shores of the remote Russian peninsula of Kamchatka. The normally pristine waters surrounding Kamchatka have become discolored and developed an odd smell, say locals....
Scientists fear the resulting event could happen "within the next year" and would drastically outclass the 1958 Lituya Bay Mega Tsunami in Alaska. The 1958 cataclysm was triggered by a magnitude 7.8 earthquake and produced a 1,700ft wave that is believed...
Half a million sharks could be killed for their natural oil to produce coronavirus vaccines, according to conservationists.One ingredient used in some COVID-19 vaccine candidates is squalene, a natural oil made in the liver of sharks.Squalene is currently used...
Wildlife experts in New Mexico say birds in the region are dropping dead in alarming numbers, potentially in the "hundreds of thousands."“It appears to be an unprecedented and a very large number,” Martha Desmond, a professor at New Mexico State...
The fires, which started in California on Friday after a scorching heatwave and have now spread up the West Coast, burned homes to the ground and left a path of devastation in their wake.California Governor Gavin Newsom said this was the...
Skies over a small town in Oregon turned blood red as wildfires caused by felled power lines continue to ravage the region.Video shared on Twitter shows the skies glowing a red colour in the city of Stayton light something...
VACAVILLE, Calif. — How many things can go wrong at once?On Wednesday millions of California residents were smothered by smoke-filled skies as dozens of wildfires raged out of control. They braced for triple-digit temperatures, the sixth day of a...
For the past two days, New Yorkers have been dying at a rate of one every 17 minutes, according to the latest grim citywide statistics.On both Thursday and Friday, another 84 people died in the city from the coronavirus,...
The all-caps message on the new sign that went up in Redding, California, after the coronavirus came to town could not be any clearer: ONLY FLUSH TOILET PAPER. It made its debut last week on the corner of Smile Place and Russell...
Michael SnyderAll of a sudden, really crazy things are starting to happen all over the world.  Giant swarms of locusts are absolutely devastating entire regions, extremely unusual storms are confounding meteorologists, earthquake and volcanic activity are both on the rise,...

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