A beautiful island loses its rats, chemical exposure may be making us fat.
- Arctic temperatures in the summer are now the highest in at least 44,000 years. (Live Science)
- There’s been an amazing transformation at a place that used to be called Rat Island. (Discovery News)
- Is DDT exposure from the 1950s making us, and many animals, fat today? (Grist)
- Dolphins are being illegally slaughtered and used for shark bait. (National Geographic)
- 60% of Britain’s most endangered species have declined in numbers over the past 40 years. (Telegraph)
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