A pregnant woman digs her nails into the (supposedly) comforting arm of her husband and, in a howl of pain, declares the name of their new baby boy. The husband decides against protest this time, and so Champe is born.
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The problem of poaching does not have a simple solution. Along with it comes differing definitions, complicated moral and ethical issues and the ever-conflicted battle between the growing human population and the need to conserve wildlife.
We’re a timber company, Rose Fagler said plainly. Tree farmers.
Last November, I received an interesting tweet after commenting on Rick Scott's re-election and his infamous “I’m not a scientist” rebuttals when asked about climate change on the campaign trail.
Waste is the quintessential example of “out of sight, out of mind.” It’s so easy to pay no attention to how much of it we create, unless it’s your roommate’s turn to take out the garbage and they let it simmer in the bin for a few more days.
UAVs, or unmanned aerial vehicles, are here to stay.
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