It’s time for another science ‘n’ smoke sesh! This time, we’re discussing Google’s TOP 3 questions on ecology.
There are all sorts of relationships that wild animals experience. Some are negative, some are positive – some have hardly any effect at all! Here are some fundamental examples of the many ecological dynamics that bring animals together in the natural world.
What is ecology? This branch of the biological sciences certainly entails quite a bit! Here we continue our journey into the ecological sciences by exploring the basic concepts and mechanisms behind this incredible demonstration of biotic and abiotic environmental factors.
Ecology is such a diverse branch of study that it can be difficult to keep track of the many aspects of nature it encompasses. From interactions between animals, to their influence on plant life, ecology is the interaction of all living things. Take a peek at this introductory article to the new ecology series to gain a new understanding of this incredible branch of science.
Last year, a world-famous architectural landmark, the cathedral, Notre Dame, found itself ablaze. The world was left stunned and heartbroken, and it looked as if this historical church would be lost forever. That is, until less than 24 hours later, billionaires around the world raised
Keystone species are a critical element to many habitats around the world. Without them, entire ecological systems would collapse. Let’s take a look at some of the world’s most-recognized keystone species.
Animals in captivity is a double-edged sword. While we must preserve certain species in zoos to protect them from extinction, it’s not always the easiest choice. Here we take a neutral look at the ethics of zoos.
Coyotes are one of the most persecuted species in North America. This feud goes back several hundred years, and shows no signs of slowing now. We must demand changes in the behavior of federal wildlife managers to make a difference in the welfare of America’s wildlife.
People tend to believe that they can interact with wild animals however they want and don’t believe there should be consequences. This video is a clear demonstration of what NOT to do when you’ve spotted a coyote.