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Every day, One Green Planet brings you today’s top news. For those who don’t have a lot of time to look through the news each day, this will be a great resource and an easy way to catch up!

Here you’ll find different categories of news and links to each article published! Enjoy!

1. Bo the Bulldog’s ‘Innocent’ Couch Destruction Wins Hearts Online

An American bulldog named Bo recently became a social media sensation, though it wasn’t exactly for his good behavior. The beloved dog was caught red-handed – or should we say, red-pawed – after shredding his owner’s couch. Yet, thanks to his charmingly nonchalant reaction, netizens are ardently defending the furry culprit.

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2. Florida Dog Miraculously Survives Alligator Attack

In a heart-stopping encounter in Oviedo, Florida, a brave K-9 named Mako narrowly escaped the jaws of a massive 12-foot alligator. Enjoying a refreshing dip in the Little Econlockhatchee River after an intense training session, Mako was unexpectedly ambushed by the gigantic predator.

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3. Can Mountains Grow Taller Than Everest? Geophysicist Weighs In

Ever wondered if mountains could grow taller than Mount Everest? Sixty million years ago, the Himalayan range was born as the Eurasian and Indian plates collided. As they were of similar density, neither could sink below the other, pushing rocks upwards to form Earth’s tallest mountains. Mount Everest is the highest, rising 5.4 miles (8.8 km) above sea level, followed by K2 at 5.3 miles (8.6 km).

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4. Bobcat’s Journey From Struggling Stray to Film Festival Star

Once malnourished and fighting for life, Bobcat, a handsome ginger feline, has taken a remarkable journey. His loving owner, Melanie Futorian, tells an uplifting tale of resilience and mutual Support.

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5. How Much Do Fossil Fuel Companies Owe in Climate Reparations?

Understanding our environmental impact has never been more critical, and a recent study sheds light on a fascinating perspective. Two sociologists, Marco Grasso from the University of Milan-Bicocca and Richard Heede from the Climate Accountability Institute, have delved into the fiscal realm of Climate change, addressing the concept of reparations from companies contributing to Global warming.

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6. Elephants Domesticating Themselves: A Surprising Twist in Evolution

Have you ever wondered if other animals could undergo a domestication process similar to dogs, evolving from wild creatures to become gentle and loving companions? An international team of researchers has discovered that elephants might have done just that, but in a surprising twist, they appear to have domesticated themselves!

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7. Can Dogs Really ‘Talk’ Using Buttons? Exploring the Science and Debate

As button dogs gain popularity on social media platforms like TikTok, there’s a growing debate around whether dogs can truly “speak” by tapping buttons with prerecorded words. Button dogs, known for their ability to seemingly communicate with their owners by pressing buttons associated with specific words, are now the subject of scientific research to determine the extent of their comprehension.

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8. How a Vegan Diet Helped One Woman Beat Arthritis

For years, Kate Dunbar experienced excruciating joint pain. A devoted mother and passionate teacher, she had been physically active and full of life until a back injury triggered a health crisis. Following a diagnosis of psoriatic arthritis, an autoimmune condition, she spent an entire summer bedridden, her joints inflamed and body laden with pain. Her ordeal extended beyond just physical suffering. Kate was forced to quit her job, and her quality of life significantly deteriorated.

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9. Ditch the Supplements and Opt for a Plant-Based Diet, Top Scientist Advises

Professor Tim Spector, has lambasted the trend of dietary supplements, calling them unbeneficial and a mere money-making scheme. Instead, he advises prioritizing ‘real food’ and leaning towards a primarily plant-based diet with minimal ultra-processed foods.

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10. Navigating the Hidden Risks of Red Dye 40: Awareness and Alternatives

Food dyes are common additives in many products we consume daily. One such dye, red dye 40, has recently come under scrutiny due to potential health risks. Despite being regulated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), research suggests that red dye 40 may pose risks for bladder cancer and ADHD.

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