Hannah: Quick, Jenna! Name a type of milk that isn’t derived from cows. GO!
Jenna: AH! Okay, let’s see. Almond milk, oat milk, soy milk, cashew milk..
Hannah: And we are out of time. Thank ewe for playing and well done! Did you hear about Arkansas’ new law? If products are not made from animals then they are not allowed to be labeled as such. In other words, the term “milk” should be removed from almond milk and “burger” should be removed from veggie burger.
Jenna: Many people aren’t rooting for this one, claiming it’s a violation of the First Amendment. What did you think about the article that tortoise about saving sea turtles through lit gillnets?
Hannah: I can’t say I’m shell-shocked about your interest in this article! These lit gillnets are quite innovative and the results prove to be effective.
Jenna: Well I dolphinitely understand your excitement about the dolphin mom adopting a whale calf! Whale I’ll see you next week for another round of animal news?
Hannah: Shore thing!
Arkansas Wants to Make Sure You Know ‘Almonds Don’t Lactate’ from The Good Food Institute
Got Impossible Milk? The Quest for Lab-Made Dairy from The New York Times
Dolphin Mum Adopts Whale Calf ― A First from National Geographic
90-year-old woman declined chemo, started to travel with her dog instead from HomesLuxery.Net
Insect ‘apocalypse’ in U.S. driven by 50x increase in toxic pesticides from National Geographic
The world responded to this captive elephant’s plight. Now he has a new life. from National Geographic
The Disturbing Sound of a Human Voice from The Atlantic
Who supports animal rights? Here’s what we found. from The Washington Post
What’s Meat Got to Do With It? from The New York Times
A huge thank you to Kristin Lamoureux, John Delconte, and Julie Tanner for sharing articles with us this week!