1. The story of Tom Sukanen is a tragic but fascinating one. He lived in Saskatchewan and was building a ship on his farm to take him home to Finland. This is his story. Born in Finland in 1870, Tom Sukanen worked as a sailor. At just under six feet, with a barrel chest, broad should
  2. David Attenborough films most gruesome ever scenes as Arctic foxes turn to cannibalism

    By Mark Jefferies Arctic foxes are forced to turn to cannibalism in one of the most shocking scenes ever filmed for a David Attenborough programme. The desperate act is, Sir David explains, a consequence of climate change and a lack of food for the animal, and “only time will tell”
  3. New York Community Bank Stock Halted After Massive Plunge

    By Alexander Fabino Trading of New York Community Bank (NYCB) stock resumed after being halted on the New York Stock Exchange on Wednesday following a dramatic plunge of more than 42 percent, reaching all-time lows. The halt was pending further news from the bank, which, before the
  4. Wild Animals Invading 8 Cities Around The World

    By Carl-Johan Karlsson & LES ECHOS Updated March. 1, 2024 at 2:30 p.m.* An elephant roaming the Indian city of Belagavi, wild boars jogging down the streets of Rome and Berlin, pumas sauntering through your neighborhood, coyotes patiently waiting for the traffic light to turn green
  5. It's International Polar Bear Day | February 27th, 2024

    International Polar Bear Day, a day organized by Polar Bears International , draws attention to the threats that polar bears face in the warming Arctic, as a result of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases. The day is dedicated to reflecting on what can be done to help polar b