The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) arrested a woman who intentionally took 4 fawns from the wild in Montcalm County. Then, she made pictures of them in her home and posted them on Facebook. The woman was criminally charged for her act by the Michigan DNR.
During a heatwave in 2003, more than 70,000 people in different European countries died in a powerful heatwave which continued during a significant part of the summer.
France was dreadfully affected with the terrifying 15,000 deaths only for August. In the UK, the heat took more than 2,000 human lives.
With the intensive economic and nature-destroying activities of humans, it is pretty obvious that ocean water is not exactly clean. But have you thought about the organic waste that comes from the marine species? Whales especially seem quite productive in polluting the waters that we use for surfing, swimming, snorkeling and other leisure activities.
The three traditional fossil fuels—coal, petroleum, and natural gas traditionally ensure a major part of the U.S. energy consumption during the last century. Their share in 2015 was 81.5% of the total energy consumption. This was actually the lowest share they had in the past century.
Wildlife organizations such as the Fish and Wildlife Service have been criticized lately by lawmakers because they may have given hunters the right to kill animals that are endangered such as the black rhinoceros. This organization has been criticized before for allowing circuses to harm different endangered breeds of tigers and elephants. These lawmakers are seeking an end to all of this mistreatment.