Humans have wiped out about 20% of all bird species

A new study reveals that over the last 20,000-50,000 years birds have undergone a major extinction event, inflicted chiefly by humans, which caused the disappearance of about 10%-20% of all avian species.  According to the researchers, the vast majority of the extinct species shared several features: they were large, they lived on islands, and many […]

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Where the Grass is Greener: The World’s Top Cannabis Travel Destinations

More people are enjoying herb today than ever before. Through global legalization efforts and a growing acceptance of flower, the international stoner community is flourishing. Now, loyal smokers can travel the world meeting like-minded people and exploring different ways of enjoying herb. And while not every country has legalized the plant for recreational use, many have decriminalized cannabis to encourage ganja tourism. 

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Why Your Business Should Join The Paperless Movement?

When you are running a business then you are looking for every possible way to reduce cost and increase profits. There is a new trend nowadays and most businesses have started following it, going paperless, which not only reduces costs for the business and helps save some bucks but there are also various other benefits of going paperless, the most noteworthy is reducing carbon emissions.

6 Top Benefits of Time Clock Apps

You’ve worked hard to build your business, and you put all the hours in, so why should you be out of pocket? With pen and paper used for payroll, it can take hours and be inaccurate! In this day and age, you can’t afford to have avoidable mistakes. Digital time-clock apps are always correct, reduce […]

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Bats also like the food diversity of cities

A new Tel Aviv University on bats study found that, like humans, bats living in Tel Aviv enjoy the wide variety and abundance of food that the city has to offer, in contrast to rural bats living in Beit Guvrin, who are content eating only one type of food. The study was led by research student Katya Egert-Berg and Prof. Yossi Yovel.