Hurst: Hello Carol! I hope you’re having a great summer so far.
Carol: I am! But while the seasonal heat is increasing in North Carolina, I didn’t expect to read an article about snow in Yellowstone on the first day of summer.
Hurst: Well, snow sounds nice right about now, because I can assure you it is not snowing in my unairconditioned apartment.
Carol: Yikes. Maybe celebrating an animal holiday will help you take your mind off the heat. Next month is Adopt a Rescued Rabbit Month, maybe you can bring a furry friend into your home. It could make it a hare cooler?
Hurst: Very bunny Carol, I see what you did there. So, if you were a wild animal, where would you want to live?
Carol: Uhhh…somewhere outside? Is there a specific answer you are looking for here, Hurst?
Hurst: Well, one piece this week named Costa Rica as a really good spot to live…you’ll have to check it out to see why. See you next week!
Meghan Markle Shares Her Love for Rescue Dogs in a Surprise Essay from Vanity Fair
4,000 live reptiles rescued in biggest global raid of its kind from National Geographic
This Website Warns You If A Dog Dies In A Movie from LAD Bible
Largest Animal Epidemic in History Is Due to Industrial Farming from The Real News Network
Meet the Cat-Fox, an Oddball Feline Roaming Around a French Island from Live Science
Animals’ brain activity ‘syncs’ during social interactions from Science Daily
Scamp the Tramp is champ at World’s Ugliest Dog Contest from The Guardian
Grey seals can learn to sing like humans, says study from BBC News
In Thailand, You Can Ride an Elephant. But Should You? From The New York Times
It’s snowing in Yellowstone—on the first day of summer. From National Geographic
First-Ever Beluga-Narwhal Hybrid Found in the Arctic from Science Daily
Artificial Reefs May Help Migratory Fish from Faunalytics
Why Costa Rica Is A Really Great Place To Be A Wild Animal from Huffington Post
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