We’ve got interesting bedfellows in today’s green news.
- PETA has bought stock in Sea World, and now has a seat at shareholder meetings. (Huffington Post)
- A fish previously thought to be extinct is making a comeback in Nevada. (The New York Times)
- Sick of traffic? You could hover over congestion in this car. (Discovery News)
- A 6-year old boy’s day off of school was made exciting thanks to an alligator attack (and he’s ok). (NPR)
- And as long as there’s no alligator attacks, nature makes kids healthier. (MNN)
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