Various experts from different institutions have uncovered the tiny bones of Cretaceous dinosaurs in the Arctic region. The findings suggest that dinosaurs had a maternity ward in the northern hemisphere and that the ancient creatures themselves may have not been cold-blooded.
Alaska's glacial melt due to climate change has caused disastrous landslide-tsunami events in the past. With these events anticipated to occur sometime soon due to global warming, scientists suggest an urgent assessment of unstable glaciers and the installation of warning systems.
The US government's continued open access to drill oil in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge could harm natives hunting as well as animal populations like caribou and wolves. Animals like birds and polar bears are also vulnerable to oil spills.
Hunters will soon be permitted to lure and hunt wild animals at national parks in Alaska. While some conservationists call it absurd and inhumane, other officials applaud the move saying it preserves hunting and fishing traditions.
The first study focuses on the Amazon rainforest. Considered as the lungs of the planet, Amazon faces the threat of drying out. The second study brings us to Alaska as one of the world's thickest glaciers is recorded to be retreating.
Alaska is known for the extreme cold, ice and snow in the past decades. Today, people of Alaska enjoy the greening of the 49th state of the United States of America. There is almost year round indoor farming that could grow anything as long as the sun shines.