A threat to the future of our food supply garners some action from the U.S. federal government.
Something about at least two kinds of neonicotinoids - a class of insecticide -- prompts bees to abandon their hives during winter and die.
Birds fumigate their own nests by nabbing cotton balls doused in a pesticide commonly included in kids' head-lice shampoo. Continue reading →
Pests do have a purpose, and it's not just to bother humans.
Britain's otters have been on a comeback. So what is shrinking their reproductive organs? ->