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Animal obesity, the next big health crisis

https://www.naturalnews.com/030541_animal_obesity_health_crisis.html

The obesity epidemic appears to be expanding beyond humankind and into the animal kingdom, according to a new report out of the University of Alabama, Birmingham (UAB). "...

Human-animal hybrids now legal to grow in Japan... total HELL of GMO biologicals coming soon

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-08-12-human-animal-hybrids-now-legal-to-grow-in-japan-gmo-biologicals.html

As we reported back in 2011, however, animal-human hybrids aren’t technically new, seeing as how they received government approval, at least in the United Kingdom, as far back as 2008. ... “Among the monstrosities they created were animal eggs fertilized with human sperm, and cybrids – animal cells that are injected with human cell nuclei,” wrote Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, in response to this news at that time. "...

Animals instinctively turn to natural medicine to improve their health

https://www.naturalnews.com/048022_natural_medicine_animal_behavior_zoopharmacognosy.html

Citing multiple studies on what appear to be unique, self-medicative behaviors among various animal groups, Shurkin found that nature is the animal kingdom's neighborhood pharmacy. ... The practice is spreading across the animal kingdom in sometimes surprising ways." "...

Worse than animal feed: Even pigs won't eat what's found in many popular survival foods

https://www.naturalnews.com/055896_survival_food_gmos_ingredients.html

Genetically modified corn has become an omniscient presence in the food industry, including in shelf-stable storable foods. ... Researchers have even tested this phenomenon on different animals, like squirrels, and found similar result across the animal kingdom. "...

Mass animal die-off with 100% mortality rate baffles scientists; something is going terribly wrong on planet Earth

https://www.naturalnews.com/051210_animal_die-off_saiga_extinction.html

Mass animal die-off with 100% mortality rate baffles scientists; something is going terribly wrong on planet Earth Thursday, September 17, 2015 by: J. ... Fossil records note that in prehistoric times, their range stretched from the United Kingdom to Alaska. "...

Seals routinely rape and eat penguins, scientists discover

https://www.naturalnews.com/047831_seals_penguins_animal_rape.html

Scientists from the University of Pretoria, South Africa, are shocked to discover the level of sexual coercion in the animal kingdom, particularly in the seal population. ... Follow real-time breaking news headlines on Seals at FETCH.news The world of independent media, all in one place. - More news on seals Inuit Elders tell NASA Earth Axis Shifted US military now training among civilians to prepare for war in your back yard, labels Texas a 'hostile' state Rate of hair loss, lesions ...

Dogs recognize pictures of their owners

https://www.naturalnews.com/043336_dogs_pet_owners_animal_cognition.html

The study was recorded in the journal Animal Cognition just recently, December 2013. ... This benefits animal welfare in addition to bonding us with the animal kingdom. "...

Amazing nature: Orange tigers appear green to prey, giving them better camouflage against a natural background

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-12-14-orange-tigers-appear-green-to-prey-camouflage.html

Amazing nature: Orange tigers appear green to prey, giving them better camouflage against a natural background Saturday, December 14, 2019 by: Janine Acero animal kingdom , animals , breakthrough , camouflage , cool science , discoveries , Ecology , goodscience , hunting , predators , real science , research , scientific , tigers , weird science , wildlife - (Natural News ) The animal kingdom has many innovative natural camouflage strategies that humans try to ...

BOMBSHELL: "Consensus" theory of evolution of the species falls apart; new mitochondrial DNA study reveals NO animal species more than 200,000 years old

https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-06-10-bombshell-consensus-theory-of-evolution-of-the-species-falls-apart-new-mitochondrial-dna.html

“By determining the genetic variety within species of the animal kingdom, made possible only recently by the burgeoning number of DNA sequences, we’ve documented the absence of human exceptionalism.” How can it be that the vast majority of animal life is approximately the same age, genetically speaking? "...

Spider species discovered to use catapult technology to fling sticky webs at prey... previously scientists believed only humans possessed such weapons tech

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-05-18-spider-species-discovered-to-use-catapult-technology-to-fling-sticky-webs-at-prey.html

Spider species discovered to use catapult technology to fling sticky webs at prey… previously scientists believed only humans possessed such weapons tech Saturday, May 18, 2019 by: Ethan Huff animal kingdom , biology , cool science , discovery , goodscience , research , scientific , slingshot , spider web , triangle-weaver spider , Unexplained , weapons technology , web , weird science - (Natural News ) Scientists at The University of Akron in Ohio have made yet another remarkable ...

Think venomous spiders are scary? Meet a spider that launches itself into the air – at high speeds

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-11-08-spider-launches-itself-into-the-air.html

Meet a spider that launches itself into the air – at high speeds Friday, November 08, 2019 by: Darnel Fernandez animal kingdom , animal science , arachnids , cool science , discovery , goodscience , Hyptiotes cavatus , real science , research , scientific , triangle-weaver spiders , weird science - (Natural News ) The triangle-weaver spider, scientifically known as Hyptiotes cavatus, looks and acts like your friendly, neighborhood house spider at first glance. ... The ...

Crabs are nature's "gray men" – experts are looking at how they blend in with their surroundings

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-12-30-how-crabs-blend-in-with-their-surroundings.html

Crabs are nature’s “gray men” – experts are looking at how they blend in with their surroundings Monday, December 30, 2019 by: Grace Olson adaptation , animal defense , animal kingdom , animals , background matching , biodiversity , camouflage , disruptive coloration , Ecology , environment , goodscience , marine life , ocean life , Oceans , Predator , prey , research , shore crabs , weird science , wildlife - (Natural News ) Some crabs inhabit the shorelines, but not ...

Scientists say chimpanzees use language that follows rules similar to ours

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-06-03-chimpanzees-use-language-similar-to-ours.html

Study leader Raphaela Heesen is hopeful their findings will inspire more research into communication across the animal kingdom. ... We hope that our work will pave the way for similar studies, to see quite how widespread these laws might be across the animal kingdom,” Heesen said in a statement. "...

Think eating

https://www.naturalnews.com/028804_organic_meat_investigation.html

The British animal welfare organization Animal Aid secretly planted cameras inside a slaughterhouse operated by Tom Lang, whose facility had been certified for the "humane slaughter" of organic animals by the Soil Association. The organization chose Lang's slaughterhouse precisely because it is certified to the highest standard available in the United Kingdom. "...

U.K. government blocks ban on dog meat in order to appease foreign ethnic groups

https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-09-30-uk-government-blocks-ban-on-dog-meat.html

U.K. government blocks ban on dog meat in order to appease foreign ethnic groups Monday, September 30, 2019 by: Ethan Huff animal cruelty , Asians , badfood , dog meat , ethnic group , indoctrination , insanity , Liberal Mob , lunatics , political correctness , Sick , tolerance , Twisted , United Kingdom - (Natural News ) In order to not “offend” certain Asian cultures that prefer to eat their canines rather than have them as pets, the United Kingdom has decided to scrap ...

Dogs suffering allergic reactions and death after being injected with popular Merck vaccine

https://www.naturalnews.com/054601_leptospirosis_vaccine_side_effects_pet_health.html

It is not common in the United Kingdom. For this reason, the vaccine is considered optional , rather than required or even recommended. ... The World Small Animal Veterinary Association (WSAVA) disagrees with this recommendation, warning that the vaccine is particularly hazardous for puppies younger than 12 weeks. "...

Pesticides are killing birds, bees, and bats by the millions

https://www.naturalnews.com/027971_pesticides_bees.html

Scientists are now discovering that even low level exposure is disrupting the animal kingdom and causing new diseases to develop, threatening many species with extinction. ... Unless something is done to greatly reduce pesticide use, the entire existence of the animal kingdom is at stake. "...

Monkeys use tools, too: Capuchins have been using tools for 3,000 years

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-03-28-capuchin-monkeys-using-tools-for-3000-years.html

Monkeys use tools, too: Capuchins have been using tools for 3,000 years Saturday, March 28, 2020 by: Franz Walker animal kingdom , animal tools , animals , Archaeology , basic tools , Brazil , capuchin monkeys , goodscience , intelligence , monkeys , primates , realscience , research , tools , wildlife - (Natural News ) Scientists have long considered capuchin monkeys to be one of the most intelligent monkeys in the world. ... Sources include: DailyMail.co.uk Nature.com ...

A nose for numbers: Elephants can "count" food using their sense of smell, study says

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-01-13-elephants-can-count-food-using-smell.html

A nose for numbers: Elephants can “count” food using their sense of smell, study says Monday, January 13, 2020 by: Michael Alexander animal kingdom , animals , Asian elephants , biodiversity , breakthrough , cognitive function , conservation , counting , discoveries , Ecology , elephants , environment , goodscience , intelligence , research , scientific , weird science , wildlife - (Natural News ) When it comes to function, elephant trunks are the Swiss army knives of the natural ...

Scientists discover toxic metals in reproductive organs of endangered eels

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-01-24-toxic-metals-in-reproductive-organs-of-eels.html

Scientists discover toxic metals in reproductive organs of endangered eels Friday, January 24, 2020 by: Darnel Fernandez animal kingdom , animals , aquatic life , badpollution , catadromous fish , Ecology , Endangered species , environment , European eel , goodscience , Heavy metals , industrial by-products , research , Toxic Metals , water pollution , wildlife - (Natural News ) The European eel, scientifically known as Anguilla anguilla, is a catadromous fish — meaning it spawns ...