Start your week with a big old helping of green news:
- A new aquatic beetle was discovered in Texas, and it’s got a pretty cool name– Ereboporus naturaconservatus. (The Guardian)
- Scientists find 2,000-year-old coral near the site of the BP oil spill. (Christian Science Monitor)
- Is this Whole Foods the greenest grocery store in the world? (ClimateBiz)
- A new study of the glaciers and ice fields in Patagonia indicates that climate change might be happening faster than we thought. (Green)
- When bats disappear, it costs the agricultural industry billions. (Mongabay)
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