Today’s green news is filled with tidbits on big cats, disease outbreaks and new discoveries.
- Domesticated dogs + Sumatran tigers = a new threat to these endangered cats. (National Geographic)
- Say it ain’t so: “Coffee rust” threatening good coffee by attacking Arabica coffee plants. (Wired)
- The days of cheap food are over, thanks to climate change. (Grist)
- We know they’re fast, but it’s something else that makes cheetahs the successful hunters they are. (NPR)
- It seems as though we are still learning new things about this thick forest everyday: 15 new bird species discovered in the Amazon! (Mongabay)
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