Critical List: Peru’s mysterious animal deaths; wolf puppies
Pelicans and dolphins are dying in droves in Peru — 1,200 birds and 800 dolphins have washed up dead on the coast — and the government is warning people away from the beaches until it figures out why.
Dinosaurs might have passed enough gas (i.e. methane) to match current levels of greenhouse-gas emissions.
The Crawford family of Texas held out against TransCanada reps who want to route Keystone XL through their land, and now the company’s trying to force them to give that land up.
More U.S. oil won’t create “energy independence,” a new report warns.
Wolf puppies have faces like little old men.