It’s like “Monday Night Raw” here on CGM — sharks vs. squid, bees vs. hornets. And then a little climate change news, just to calm you down…
- Why are great white sharks migrating 1,600 miles to pick fights with giant squids? (LA Times)
- The Maldives (famous for being threatened by sea-level rise from climate change) buys its own floating island. (CleanTechnica)
- Melting frozen Arctic methane might sell newspapers — but CO2 is still the greenhouse gas worth twisting your knickers over. (DotEarth)
- Which activity does NASA say is the greatest global warming culprit? (EcoGeek)
- Cultural clash: When Asian giant hornets and European honeybees fight. (The Vine)
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