Welcome back, all! I’m a sleepy writer tonight. I just finished the first night of conferences for the new school year. These make for looonnngg days. Yawn. Time for a brief taste of news before I fall into bed.
This first story happened in my neck of the woods, and it stunned me. Can you imagine how many butterflies were required to be picked up by radar to the extent shown.
This story made me so happy. I love elephants!
This is a fascinating discovery. It is not the only disease with a possible link to bacteria. We are learning so much about how our bodies work.
That’s all, folks! See you in seven.
I’m sure getting that elephant out of the water was risky for all involved. But that was wonderful they helped him.
I agree. I’m glad they made it out okay.
Locusts can block out the sun with their swarms – why not butterflies?
True. It is the first time they’ve seen them do this in Colorado, though. I’m not sure what that means. It’s of interest to me because I live there.