• June 20, 2024, 1:49 am
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[ad_1] This article was originally featured in The Conversation. They go by many names–pigs, hogs, swine, razorbacks–but whatever you call them, wild pigs (Sus scrofa) are one of the most read more
[ad_1] This article was originally featured on Undark. In late September, an international team of researchers fanned out across a remote New Mexico mountain range, in search of an elusive
[ad_1] This story was originally published by Grist. Sign up for Grist’s weekly newsletter here. Humans eat a stunning amount of meat every year — some 800 billion pounds of it, enough
[ad_1] This article was originally featured on The Conversation. Cranberries are a staple in U.S. households at Thanksgiving–but how did this bog dweller end up on holiday tables? Compared to
[ad_1] In the past couple of years, dozens of states that have decided to legalize recreational marijuana. Cannabis, including medicinal and recreational, is legal in more states than illegal now,
[ad_1] This article was originally featured on The Conversation. Figuring out how to feed people in space is a major part of a larger effort to demonstrate the viability of
[ad_1] Plucking ripe tomatoes, cucumbers, and heads of lettuce all year long in your apartment sounds like a dream to both a couch potato and a houseplant hobbyist. Thanks to
[ad_1] From We Are What We Eat: A Slow Food Manifesto by Alice Waters, published by Penguin Press, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House LLC. Copyright