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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. Biologists Find Litter of Mountain Lion Cubs In Southern California Hills

Despite a devastating year for the mountain lions of Los Angeles, a glimmer of hope recently emerged in the form of an all-female litter of kittens nestled in the southern California hills.

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2. Pope Francis Urges Global Shift Away from Fossil Fuels

Pope Francis, known for his emphatic commitment to environmental issues, has made another powerful appeal: It’s high time for the world to end its “senseless war against creation” and fast-track the transition away from fossil fuels.

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In a remarkable fusion of romance and activism, Slovenian content creator Matej Glivar and Swiss nurse Anja Glivar, transformed their wedding day into an incredible showcase of Animal rights advocacy. The couple, who fell in love at an Animal rights workshop, not only committed to a 100% vegan wedding but also used their nuptials to rescue animals and raise awareness about veganism. This audacious series of events was all captured on film for their upcoming documentary, “Humankindness: The Animal Dilemma.”

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4. Indian Official Suspended After Draining Reservoir to Retrieve Phone

An official in India sparked a tempest of controversy after turning to extreme measures to retrieve his lost smartphone. Food inspector Rajesh Vishwas, who recently lost his pricey Samsung device to the depths of Kherkatta Dam in Chhattisgarh, India, ordered the entire reservoir to be drained. His justification? The phone reportedly contained sensitive government data.

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5. Genetic ‘Master Switch’ Determines Sex In Most Animals, New Research Finds

While it’s a common belief that sex is determined by a single gene in humans and other animals, this notion has been challenged by claims that some species, like platyfish, require multiple genes to determine sex. To better understand these complexities, a review delved into the topic and discovered that these claims typically refer to abnormal or transitional situations, such as hybrids between two species with different sex-determining systems.

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6. Paris 2024 Olympics to Set a New Standard with Single-Use Plastic Ban

Paris, known for its iconic Eiffel Tower and romantic charm, is about to make an Olympic-sized statement in the fight against plastic pollution. The city plans to ban single-use plastic at the 2024 Olympic Games, marking a historic stride in global sustainability efforts.

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7. Watch How Thor the Boston Terrier Became an Indoor Pool Pup

Every dog has its day, and for Thor, a Boston Terrier from British Columbia, Canada, it’s any day he can take a dip. This water-loving pooch is making waves on TikTok, thanks to his enthusiastic swimming sessions in his very own indoor pool!

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8. Polite Labrador’s Poolside Manners Win Over the Internet

If you’ve ever wondered about the extent of a dog’s patience or obedience, you’d love to meet Willow, a Labrador with a heartwarming knack for politeness. A video shared on TikTok by her owner, Emily Larabell, shows Willow patiently waiting for a verbal go-ahead to dive into a lake, despite her clear excitement to swim.

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9. Man Wins Over Stray Cat in Viral TikTok Video

A heartening story has captured the attention of over 1.3 million TikTok users. Kyle Parnell, a kind-hearted man, has managed to gain the trust of a stray cat he lovingly named Keepsake in a journey that spanned nine months.

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10. Opossum’s Adorable Camouflage Surprise at Wildlife Center

You never know what kind of antics you’ll find at the Second Chances Wildlife Center. Yeti, a sweet little opossum with a knack for surprises, recently managed to stun Brigette Brouillard, the center’s founder. What was Yeti’s trick? She nimbly climbed into a basket of stuffed toys, blending in so well it was hard to tell her apart from the cuddly inanimate occupants!

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