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Farmer says he has found remains of two mysterious ‘Chupacabra’ creatures after stumbling across bizarre-looking dead animals in Chile

The UK\'s Daily Mail has a report of a curious morbid find in Chile.


Bigfoot Isn’t Just a Mythic Figure, He’s an Investment Opportunity

The Wall Street Journal reports that Tom Biscardi is offering shares for \"Bigfoot Project Investments\", a profit-oriented bigfoot hunting enterprise.


Brazil’s soy moratorium dramatically reduced Amazon deforestation

The moratorium on forest conversion established by Brazilian soy giants in 2006 dramatically reduce deforestation for soy expansion in the Amazon, and have been more effective in cutting forest destruction than the government's land use policy in the region, finds a study published today in the journal Science. News


Sumatran community grows crops, aids conservation through ‘village forests’

The rolling green hills covered in rice paddies and coffee plantations give Semende in the Muara Enim regency of South Sumatra a welcome and hospitable feeling. However, behind the peaceful pastoral veil, is a history of rampant forest encroachment and land conflict in the Barisan mountains. News


Is nuclear the way to go?

Nuclear power at times faces antagonism from the environmental community, with opponents arguing that it produces harmful radioactive waste, leads to the proliferation of nuclear arms, and brings forth lethal disasters. Scientists from Australia say it's time to get past myths about nuclear; they suggest that implementing nuclear power at a larger scale is a positive compromise for fulfilling both energy supply and conservation needs. News

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Endangered chimp habitat under threat from climate change

Climate change could make life more difficult for the world’s rarest chimp subspecies, the Nigerian-Cameroon chimpanzee, reported a team of scientists in the journal BMC Evolutionary Biology earlier this week. News