Two pieces of advice: avoid mass-market tomatoes and zombie creatures from the sea.
- The blue iguana is back from the brink of extinction, thanks to captive breeding programs. (Green)
- A new book exposes the reality behind tomato production in the U.S. (GreenBiz)
- Signs of advanced intelligence: this mandrill monkey giving itself a pedicure . (BBC)
- A heat wave in the Arctic is melting sea ice at an alarming pace. (Mongabay)
- The hagfish secretes buckets of slime and feeds off dying ocean creatures on the bottom of the sea–what’s not to love? (Conservation Journal Watch)
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