Vol. 2 Issue 7, July 2020
WellBeing International | Tales of WellBeing
Solutions for People, Animals and Environment
Crow Family

Communing with Crows

During her daily walks while in the current lock down, WBI Global Ambassador Jennifer Sullivan developed a personal relationship with a family of crows near her home in Lenox, Massachusetts. Andrew Rowan tells her tale of their interactions and adaptations to each other.

READ THEIR STORY

How do Sea Turtles Find their Way?

Sea turtles have been shown to have the remarkable ability to find their way across thousands of kilometers of open ocean back to a specific beach where they lay their eggs or to a specific feeding ground. But, as the recent issue of Current Biology reports, they may travel several 100 km off their direct route to arrive there. READ MORE

Book Review: Survival of the Friendliest

In their new book, authors Brian Hare and Vanessa Woods argue that it is not competition and aggression that have led to dominance of the globe by modern humans but rather it is our capacity for kindness and friendship that have led us to outcompete Homo erectus and at least four other branches of Homo sapiens. READ MORE
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