Unravelling the ‘Jaws’ myth

Scientists have long had a (debatedly) unhealthy fascination for potentially dangerous wild animals. A curiosity for anything with sharp teeth, claws, fangs, tusks, and an instinct for survival so strong they could easily shred you to pieces. Call it the thrill of danger , or the strange excitement stemming from being upclose with some of the world’s most lethal predators. […]

EU Leaders Agree on Landmark Emissions Cuts

After heated discussions at the Brussels summit last week, EU leaders have reached a landmark decision to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 40 % by 2030. An agreement has also been reached that the use of renewable energy should be boosted to 27 % within the total energy mix and that energy efficiency must be increased […]

Wolves on the Prowl in Paris

Despite being hunted to extinction in France in the 1920s, a small population has grown in the country after they crept back from Italy a decade ago and two wolves were recently spotted just 40 miles outside of Paris.[1] Recent data estimates around 300 wolves currently reside in France, spread into 25 packs across the French Alps. […]

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