A dreamy honey-making invention goes viral

Turn a tap on and pure honey starts dipping from a beehive into a jar. Incredible, right? But this has become a reality, thanks to a decade-long effort by an Australian father-son duo. Harvesting honey is tedious work. You blow smoke to sedate the bees, squash some that try to sting you, squeeze and spoil…

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Bridges for wildlife, new lessons for us

When the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) announced the construction of five animal crossings over Goregaon-Mulund Link Road last September, the move was rightly welcomed as being both appropriate and progressive. It is expected that these crossings  will help to dramatically bring down the incidence of roadkills. Image courtesy: Montana Department of Transportation Victims of roadkill:…

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