The Secret Of Why Elephants Get Cancer So Rarely Might Lead To A Cure

Apparently, elephants are really good at not getting cancers and scientists have tried for years to find out how is that possible. According to new research, they are able of bringing a... Read more »

A “Video Game” Simulator Might Help Saving Beluga Whales

A team of researchers from Quebec believes that they can save the St. Lawrence beluga whales – which are an endangered species, by using a computer simulator. The scientists have just received... Read more »

Is Grain-Free Food Healthy For Your Dog? FDA Warns It May Be Linked to Heart Disease

According to the latest U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA), grain-free dog food could increase the risk of heart disease. After some cases of dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) were linked to the food,... Read more »

Scientists Say Killing Rats Could Save the Reefs

In a race to save one of the world’s most beautiful and complex ecosystems, scientists are looking for ways to approach this issue. Until now, the obvious culprits that killed the coral... Read more »

What Happened to the Early North American Dogs? Study Shows How They’ve Died Off

According to a new study conducted by an international team, all that’s left from the first dogs of North America is a type of cancer spread to other dogs throughout the world.... Read more »

Right Whale Sighting Made DFO Close Another Fishing Area in Northern N.B.

The Department of Fisheries and Oceans has closed a fishing area in the Gulf of St. Lawrence after right whales were spotted. Fishers will have to remove their fishing gear in that... Read more »

City Tests Garlic Spray to Keep Ticks Away

Who knew garlic could be the next best thing in repelling ticks? Kingston, Canada is the place where a garlic-based repellant has been used to keep ticks away from the city. Until... Read more »

Researchers Deliberately Spilled Oil in Northwestern Ontario Lake For a Study on Ecosystem

Over the past weekend, researchers went to northwestern Ontario and spilled diluted oilsands bitumen and crude oil into a lake. They are studying how the ecosystem responds to the substances. The project... Read more »

Why Did Daytime Animals Turn Into Night Owls? Scientists Have the Answer

A new study shows that human’s interference with the natural habitat of wildlife made daytime animals change their routine. Scientists have known it for some time, seeing mammals travel to areas where... Read more »

Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano Destroyed Hundreds of Homes In Just One Night

In just one night, hundreds of other homes were destroyed by lava, which filled a rural area. The buildings were vacation houses, one of them belonging to Hawaii County Mayor Harry Kim.... Read more »