It keeps happening, so we’re going to continue to talk poaching in today’s green news.
- More than 80 elephants were killed when poachers used cyanide to poison their water hole. (BBC News)
- Ancient fish fossil found in China shows the first face on an animal! (National Geographic)
- This poor gorilla was hand-raised by humans and has no gorilla friends. (MNN)
- More than 37,000 gallons of oil spilled in the wake of the Colorado floods, and there’s a scramble to clean it up. (NPR)
- There’s a real problem in the conservation community: a lack of diversity. (Grist)
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