Jessica Corbett, staff writer
"It is pretty staggering," said the lead researcher of the new study
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Barrow Island
"Protected areas are the primary defense against biodiversity loss, but...
Julia Conley, staff writer
"We're raising a flag to the global community to say, 'This is what's going on...


Ending an improbable battle over "the world’s most litigious selfie," an appeals court has ruled that Naruto, an endangered crested macaque, cannot legally file a copyright claim against a photographer who provided the camera for said selfie because Naruto is, while handsome, not human. The court also took a jab at PETA, who represented Naruto based on their "significant relationship," noting, "If any such relationship exists, PETA appears to have failed to live up to the title of 'friend.'"