Scotland has their feared but beloved Loch Ness monster. The Pacific Northwest has Bigfoot. Lake Tahoe now has its own “monster.” If not dealt with, these “monsters” could destroy the lake’s entire ecosystem.
In a shocking incident game wardens found off the Texas coast at least 3,000 juvenile and adult dead sharks tangled in illegal fishing nets. According to the Parks and Wildlife Department it is by far one of the largest numbers of sharks found dead.
Residents in Waller County, in the Houston area of Texas, already had enough to worry about dealing with wildfires raging the area that they didn’t want to have to deal with marauding monkeys too. Yes, you read that right – monkeys in Texas.
A couple weeks ago we introduced you to a newborn Orangutan that was rejected by her mother shortly after birth.
Now, the one month baby is doing well and the zoo is optimistic the ape can be reunited with mum or introduced to a surrogate who will raise the baby as its own.