Tracking Snakes in Florida

Burmese Pythons are an invasive species that likely found their way to Florida during exotic pet trades in the 1990s. The pythons have thrived since joining the ecosystems of Florida, even establishing breeding colonies from Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge in western Palm Beach County to Key Largo. The species is so invasive that python hunts have been hosted to try and limit the population.  A … Continue reading Tracking Snakes in Florida

Lavool Village’s Primate Problem

By: Thomas Horvath A growing issue in the small Indian village called Lavool, is the rise of violent and vengeful monkeys. These monkeys have been terrorizing the village for roughly a year as of this article being made.  This all started when a group of dogs killed an infant monkey in the village. This allegedly sparked vengeance in the monkeys, who have now been targeting … Continue reading Lavool Village’s Primate Problem

Zoos and Aquariums: Harmful or Helpful?

In recent years, there has been a major pushback on zoos in America. Many pro-animal organizations such as People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) have written articles showing the ways animals are being treated in zoos. There have also been opposing groups, saying that the animals are treated with care. There have been cases in favor of both sides, but is there a … Continue reading Zoos and Aquariums: Harmful or Helpful?