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Each week Josh and Chuck read tons of articles and plenty of them are really good. Here are the best of the bunch. Read more ›

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Each week Josh and Chuck read tons of articles, plenty of the good. Here are the best of the bunch for your reading enjoyment. Read more ›

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Each week Josh and Chuck read a ton of stuff. Here is the best of the bunch for your enjoyment. Read more ›

The Fraudulent Chicanery of the Professional Wildlife Photographer

A Norwegian wildlife photographer living and working in Sweden has had a rough few weeks, though deservedly. The photog, Terje Hellese, was cold busted using Photoshop to doctor his photos. Apparently, he would shoot an exotic locale to use as

Florida Did Not Accidentally Outlaw Sex; or, How Slow Weekend News Cycles Work

(Please excuse the subject matter; this post is on media criticism, not really on illegal and corrupt sex acts.) Infrequent, it is when the topic of zoophilia makes the news cycle. Which is what makes the news cycle during the

Internet Hunt: Animals Adopting Other Animals

A recent story in the Metro UK about a Polish goose named Buttons who has become a caretaker to a blind dog named Baks reminded me of all of those other similar stories of animals adopting other animals. Buttons has

On the Coinciding of Norman Borlaug and Pain-Free Animals

I’ve come to believe that there’s some sort of connective tissue between events and living things that lies just beyond sensible perception. Sometimes a glimpse is afforded for only an astoundingly clear moment and our understanding of what’s just been

Podcast Goodness: Lobotomies and Death Predicting Cats

Boy oh boy, SYSK Nation. You know who loved this week’s podcasts? Me and the compass head, that’s who. Sometimes topics come along that are just endlessly fascinating to us, and this week the lobotomy show hit the mark. There’s

This Just In: Humans Not So Different From Animals

A co-worker sent me this groovy little graphic that very simply points out some of the ways that humans and our animal friends are similar to each other. It’s definitely worth taking a look at, but here are some highlights:Read

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