Monday, June 18, 2012

Cougar comeback, underwater astronauts, an aphrodisiac fungus and more

This week brought "only" five new, but they were good ones:

Cougars Are Returning to the U.S. Midwest after More Than 100 Years

Yarsagumba: Aphrodisiac Fungus Faces Extinction in Nepal

Live webcams follow NASA astronauts as they simulate asteroid mining on the ocean floor

Mexican drug trafficker accused of laundering profits through American race horses

Sacred banyan tree from Bhagavad Gita slowing dying

In addition to the new articles, Mother Jones reprinted another of my endangered species pieces.

Lots more in the week to come!

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