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All Posts Tagged as 'Nature'

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Southern California travelers warned not to transport backyard citrus fruit 

 

The transport of backyard oranges, lemons, grapefruits and kumquats is illegal in most of Southern California, which is under a citrus fruit and plant quarantine. That’s because movement of fruit, citrus trees and even seeds can unknowingly spread a pest that can infect healthy citrus trees with a deadly plant disease that has no cure.

“Any citrus grown in your yard should not be moved,” explained Victoria Hornbaker, director of the Citrus Pest and Disease Prevention Division at the California Department of Food and Agriculture. “You can share them locally with neighbors.”

By locally, she means within your neighborhood. And if you do share fruit with neighbors, make sure you strip off all the leaves and wash the fruit thoroughly before moving it from your property, to remove any trace of the ACP or leaves infected with HLB.

Southern California travelers warned

Trees to Avoid Having in Your Yard

Rain is about to set off the 'tick time bomb' in California

Tags: Awareness, Ban, Danger, Death, Disease, Environment, Insects, Laws, Nature, Pests, Pets, Terraforming

Filed under: Health/Food

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22-Oct-2021


Black bear attacks couple and their dog 

 

The man and woman, who live locally, were having a picnic on a grassy hill when they were alerted by their dog's barking that a bear was nearby, said Leesa Brandon, parkway spokesperson.

The dog, which was not on a leash, ran toward the bear while barking loudly.

Black bear attacks couple and their dog

Mountain gorilla dies cradled in the arms of man who rescued her

Texas boy, 10, dies in 'freak accident' at rodeo

Kangaroos take over city centre

Leprosy is discovered in wild CHIMPANZEES for the first time

Camera Caught Man's Illicit Horseplay

Terrifying moment 'jealous' brown bear mauls pregnant circus performer

Fish and Wildlife staff remove mountain lion seen prowling in Palm Springs

New York City is struck by an outbreak of a rare disease caused by bacteria found in RAT URINE

Cat tests positive for coronavirus in Michigan

Tags: Accident, Animals, Attack, Backlash, Change, Children, Death, Disease, Entertainment, Environment, Gentrification, Interference, Nature, Reaction, Revenge, Science, Sex, Terraforming, Training, Treatment, Violence, Wildlife, World

Filed under: Health/Food

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19-Oct-2021


White Americans Pay Less Attention To Black Peers 

 

Ethnic diversity provides learning opportunities by bringing together variety in perspectives, experiences, and skills. Despite diversity’s benefits, evidence points to racial disparities when it comes to whose opinions are valued. A new study has found patterns of racial attention deficit, revealing that white Americans pay less attention to their Black peers, even when in their self-interest.

White Americans Pay Less Attention To Black Peers

Minority Children More Likely To Die After Surgery

Black former firefighter sues Florida city after mural depicted her with white face

Tags: Cultural, Environment, Intelligence, Medical, Nature, Opinion, Representation, Respect, Science, Success, Surgery, Survival

Filed under: Gay+

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14-Oct-2021


Young People Are Anxious About Climate Change 

 

Of those surveyed, nearly 60% reported that they felt either "very" or "extremely" worried about climate change, and more than half said climate change made them feel "afraid, sad, anxious, angry, powerless, helpless, and/or guilty."

Young People Are Anxious About Climate Change

People who stutter don't do it when they think they're alone

Tags: Anxiety, Death, Disabled, Environment, Fear, Future, Ignorance, Mental Health, Nature, Revenge, Social Anxiety, Study, Terraforming, World, Youth

Filed under: Health/Food

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08-Oct-2021


Fifteen treated in “mass casualty” event at Palm Springs DMV 

 

Palm Springs Fire officials say fifteen employees of the Palm Springs Department of Motor Vehicles office were treated for breathing and respiratory issues in a “mass casualty” incident Wednesday afternoon.

Fifteen treated in “mass casualty”

Palm trees catch fire in Palm Springs after storm

Tags: Air, Employment, Environment, Fire, Health, Illness, Nature, Safety, Toxic, Weather

Filed under: Health/Food

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25-Sep-2021


Gorillas shock onlookers with oral sex show at Bronx Zoo 

 

A pair of frisky gorillas at the Bronx Zoo proved that when one was filmed performing oral sex on its partner in front of aghast zoo-goers. A clip of the NSFW scene is currently blowing up on social media — but animal experts report that it’s all completely normal.

Gorillas shock onlookers

Tags: Animals, Nature, Sex, Video, Zoo

Filed under: Health/Food

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24-Sep-2021


Woolly mammoths could walk the Earth again 

 

The plan isn't to re-create true woolly mammoths, but rather to bring their cold-adapted genetic traits, which include small ears and more body fat, to their elephant cousins, creating a hybrid that can wander the tundra where mammoths haven't been seen for 10,000 years

Woolly mammoths could walk the Earth again

Tags: Business, DNA, Environment, Interference, Nature, Science, Terraforming

Filed under: Health/Food

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15-Sep-2021


What can — or should — we learn from porn? 

 

"Porn is a potent force for pushing back on common perceptions of Asian men as desexualized, or non-sexual, in American culture," argues Jesh Fiszel, another Asian American creator-performer, who says he was inspired by the now-retired Long's endeavors. "Our content has subtle racial subtext to inform our audience…while also allowing people to watch it" for pure erotic pleasure.

"In terms of whether it's possible for pornography to influence people's self-acceptance, in terms of how their bodies look and their sexual orientations, or their acceptance of others, a few research articles substantiate that idea," adds Emily Rothman, a Boston University professor of community health and proponent of porn literacy studies. "Anecdotally, people have told me that is true, too."

What can — or should — we learn from porn?

Tags: Education, Effect, Nature, NSFW, Porn, Relationships, Sex, Study, Training

Filed under: Health/Food

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11-Sep-2021


American Will Now Deliver Your Pet To Your Home 

 

American Airlines Cargo announced this week that it had formed a partnership with pet logistics specialists My Pet Cab. The company operates 24/7 monitored specialized vans and provides real-time text message updates to anxious owners. It will now deliver your pet out of the hold of an American Airlines flight to any one of 18 airports, and straight to your front door.

American Will Now Deliver Your Pet

Italian student, 20, was mauled to death and 'torn apart' by a pack of stray dogs as she went for a romantic picnic

Ohio man 'called 911 to say his dog had shot herself in the face

Tags: Animals, Attack, Death, Delivery, Injury, Nature, Pets, Travel

Filed under: Health/Food

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02-Sep-2021


New Covid variant detected in South Africa has already been found in England 

 

In their study scientists found the strain, which descends from the C.1 strain that was first spotted amid the first wave of the pandemic, has a mutation rate of about 41.8 mutations per year.

This rate is nearly double the current global mutation rate seen in any other Variant of Concern (VOC) so far.

During their study, researchers found a monthly increase in the number of C.1.2 genomes in South Africa, rising from 0.2 per cent in May to 1.6 per cent in June and 2.0 per cent in July.

This short period of consistent increase has also been spotted in the Alpha, Beta and Gamma variants.

New Covid variant

Tags: Contagion, Culture, Danger, Death, Mutation, Nature, Neglect, Outbreak, World

Filed under: Health/Food

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29-Aug-2021


Male Hummingbirds Are So Annoying, Females Wear Disguises to Not Be Harassed 

 

Hummingbirds tend to compete aggressively for food resources, even among their own species, so the researchers recorded both sexual and aggressive interactions amongst the birds.

They were trying to determine if the androchromatic females were preferred as mates, which would suggest that their bright coloring had a sexual selection benefit.

Interestingly, the males still preferred the more plainly-colored females sexually. In 100 percent of the trials, the first sexual advance was made towards a heterochromatic female - ruling out mate selection as a reason for the bright coloring.

This suggests that disguising themselves as males reduces the rate at which females are socially harassed by males - which, in some cases, seems to be preferable to appealing to them sexually.

Male Hummingbirds Are So Annoying

Tags: Animals, Nature, Sex Identity, Survival, Wildlife

Filed under: Health/Food

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27-Aug-2021


People Buy Custom Baby Monkey Torture Videos on World’s Worst Forum 

 

While some of the videos posted to Facebook are upsetting, the content on the forum (which has since been deleted by its host) and Telegram group is genuinely shocking and gruesome. Users are paying to “adopt” baby long-tailed macaques in Indonesia that are then subjected to brutal torture based on their requests. Users can choose between buying their own monkey or a “share” in one.

In one video, a monkey screeches as its finger is cut off. In another, a monkey is kicked repeatedly in the face and then waterboarded. Other videos show, among other things, monkeys being flayed, pierced, cut, beaten, and burned. Other screenshots show a baby monkey tied to a crucifix.

People Buy Custom Baby Monkey Torture Videos on World’s Worst Forum

New Jersey mother, 49, faces three months in prison after pleading guilty to drowning her 10-week-old golden retriever

Farm that supplies Whole Foods with 'humanely raised' turkeys is reported to being TORTURED by workers

...an alligator latches onto her wrist and tries to drag her into tank in front of child's birthday party

Dog food recalled due to elevated levels of vitamin D

Man sues condo association for $15,000 after he fell and injured himself while running away from a bear

Popular pet food brand may be linked to over 130 dog deaths, 220 illnesses

CHEF JET TILA SUED YOUR DOG ATTACKED MY KID!!!

Slow but deadly! 'Vegetarian' giant tortoise attacks and EATS a seabird

Woman 86'd From Zoo ... OVER 'AFFAIR' WITH CHIMPANZEE

Tags: $, Affection, Animals, Attack, Ban, Business, Celebration, Children, Court, Cruelty, Death, Dog Food, Food, Injury, Mental Health, Nature, Neighbor, Product, Recall, Social Media, Treatment, Video, Zoo

Filed under: Health/Food

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24-Aug-2021


Toxic algae blooms eyed in deaths of family of 3 and their dog on remote California hiking trail 
 

Investigators are considering whether toxic algae blooms or other hazards may have contributed to the deaths of a Northern California couple, their baby and the family dog on a remote hiking trail, authorities said.

The area in the Sierra National Forest where the bodies were found on Tuesday had been treated as a hazmat site after concerns were raised about the deaths being linked to potentially toxic gases from old mines nearby.

Toxic algae blooms

GM recalls all Chevy Bolts over battery fires

CDC recommends certain travelers avoid cruise ships, even if fully vaccinated

Tags: Animals, Awareness, Contagion, Danger, Death, Disease, Environment, Nature, Parental Burden, Plants, Product, Recall, Sports, Terraforming, Toxic, Travel, Vacation, Warning

Filed under: Health/Food

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21-Aug-2021


Matt McGory Talks About Experimenting With Men 

 

“When I was young, like a lot of straight boys, I experimented with other boys, right?” he explained. “And that is something that’s so common, but nobody talks about it.”

Baldoni then asked McGorry to clarify by asking, “What does that mean?”

“Like physically,” McGorry responded. “I don’t think it was sexual, because again, I am straight and I never found myself attracted to boys, but there’s this thing where – and I don’t need to go into the full details – but you know, where you just try things.”

Matt McGory Talks About Experimenting With Men

Tags: Celebrity, Experience, Interview, LGBTQ, Nature, Portrait, Preference, Sex, Sex Identity

Filed under: Gay+

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13-Aug-2021


When Will It Get Too Hot for the Body to Survive? 

 

Who wouldn’t enjoy a few balmy, spring days in Palm Springs, California, after a long, cold, wet winter?

Palm Springs, just a few hours south of Death Valley, is in a desert. Given enough water and access to shade to avoid sunstroke, humans can survive for several hours in dry heat, up to temperatures in the 120s. (This is not doctor-recommended.)

But skip across the continent to Palm Beach, Florida, and it’s a very different story. With its position in the tropics, in one of the most humid regions of the Western Hemisphere, a single day of 120-degree temperatures in Palm Beach would be a mass casualty event. Dead bodies would pile up in the morgues, victims of hyperthermia, or heatstroke—cooked, alive, in their own bodies.

When Will It Get Too Hot for the Body to Survive?

British firefighters are sent to Greece to help tackle wildfires that are devastating country as thousands of tourists and locals are evacuated

'Our end is near'

Nebraska high school football player, 16, COLLAPSES at practice and DIES after heat-related medical emergency

Tags: Death, Environment, Fire, Nature, Rampage, Science, Survival, Terraforming, Threat, Toxic, Video, Weather, World

Filed under: Health/Food

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12-Aug-2021




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