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Here are the top ten articles for the Animal Life Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Preserving the Monarch Butterfly
Shortsighted human thinking puts one of nature's most phenomenal migration cycles in jeopardy. Explore successful alternatives that ensure the continued prosperity of this important pollinator, and retrain the brain for sustainability.
2. Bestiality Brothels
Is sex with animals a legitimate subculture or ideal predatory breeding grounds?
3. Hermaphrodite Hyenas?
Hyenas always get a bad rap - but these animals are truly fascinating creatures, with some physical and social characteristics that are truly unique. (Note: there is some information in this article that may not be appropriate for very young readers.)
4. Why are Baby Animals Cute?
Have you ever wondered why your heart melts at the sight of a baby animal, or what causes people to want to care for them? The answers might surprise you.
5. How to Get Fruit Flies out of the House
Fruit flies have a way of putting the most annoying human house-guest to shame when it comes to overstaying their welcome. Here are some helpful tips.
6. PETA Dives into SeaWorld
SeaWorld's attempt at a public bailout by taking on shareholders has exposed a critical vein to its likely downfall – and the aquatic world let out a great sign of relief.
7. The Protection of Dolphins
Six months out of every year an unprecedented slaughter takes place in Taiji, Japan, as migrating dolphins are driven into a cove for slaughter. This reality needs a prompt change.
8. Managing Animal Inflammation and Arthritis
Talk to your vet about natural ways to manage inflammation and arthritic conditions prior to committing to a lifelong regimen of modern medicines.
9. Horse Meat in America
Horse meat slaughter is being viewed as a successful means to save the American economy. However, the numbers do not add up and once again, the general population is left holding the bag for sloppy political thinking.
10. Biomimicry Changes How We Learn from Nature
The boom of the Industrial Era led the imagination to exist within the framework of compartmentalized thinking. Biomimicry changes the shape of innovation by engaging critical thinkers to integrate the solutions provided by nature.
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