“Find something you enjoy doing so you can be happy. Strive for excellence, learn to work with men, learn to communicate well with colleagues. Most people are reasonable, so with good communication I seldom have problems.”
Snakes are a fact of life in Myanmar (Burma). There are more than 150 species of snakes in the country, and 40 of those are venomous. While King Cobras and Vipers are common, the most well-known snake of Myanmar is the Burmese python.
Auto manufacturers at the annual CES technology show in Las Vegas signaled that they are working on an empathetic car to be your new best friend, similar to your mobile phone and computer. Using data sensors, artificial intelligence and big data as tools, the car will be able to sense your moods.
The research and efforts to raise awareness of the plight of captive orcas and dolphins was largely initiated by a handful of women. This is their story.
There are truly two sides to every story, and the Thanksgiving Day story is no exception. Like in the 1400s and the 1600s, in 2016, our Native American brothers and sisters are suffering a continuing assault on their culture.
African Grey parrots are widely favored as pets due to their high level of intelligence and incredible abilities to “speak” and communicate. Yet, the same endearing qualities that makes them so popular as pets also increases their market demand, ultimately threatening wild populations.
New Zealand suffered a massive earthquake on November 14, 2016, which struck at 12:02am about 20 kilometers (14 miles) south-east of Hanmer Springs. The 7.5 magnitude earthquake triggered tsunami warnings for many coastal areas.
A few months ago, I was driving home along the waterfront in the San Francisco Bay Area, and looked up to see a huge moon glistening over the water. The impressive sight happened to be a supermoon or a mega moon, which happens when a full moon is closest to Earth.
Illegal poaching in Africa has decimated wildlife such as rhino and elephant, which are targeted for their horns and tusks respectively. These items are smuggled to Asia, where they fetch high prices on the black market. Now a specially trained anti-poaching unit — the Black Mambas — comprised almost entirely of women, is taking the poachers head on, with remarkable success in the area in which they operate.