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Breaking: Secret Recordings Show Developers Lied About Size and Duration of Pebble Mine, Bragged about Political Influence
Audio and video released yesterday by the nonprofit Environmental Investigations Agency (EIA) show chief executives of the Canadian Pebble...
Stoning Grouse: A Traditional, Legal Conundrum
Patagonia Will Sue Trump Admin. Over Clean Water Act
Video: Grizzly Bear Kills Big Bull Elk in River
Is Bigfoot Dangerous?
Sep 16, 2020
We don’t believe in Bigfoot at MeatEater, but we’re damn interested in him. To see if a crew of staunch skeptics could be swayed, we gathered the most respected Bigfoot authorities to answer our most pressing questions. This is part three of our eight-part series, Ask a Squatcher.
An oft-debated subject among Western hunters is the use of a pistol or bear spray in grizzly country. Oddly enough, you never hear Bigfoot experts talk about how to...
Photos: 30,000-Year-Old Intact Cave Bear Carcass Stuns Scientists
Sep 15, 2020
Russian scientists recently unearthed an unusual specimen—the intact remains of a long-extinct cave bear, providing a lens into understanding one of the largest predators to ever roam the planet.
The preserved carcass, revealed by melting permafrost and still barring its teeth, was discovered by native reindeer herders. Researchers at the North-Eastern Federal University in Yakutsk, Siberia, removed the bear in order to study it.
Why Have Bigfoot Sightings Decreased?
Sep 9, 2020
We don’t believe in Bigfoot at MeatEater, but we’re damn interested in him. To see if a crew of staunch skeptics could be swayed, we gathered the most respected Bigfoot authorities to answer our most pressing questions. This is part two of our eight-part series, Ask a Squatcher.
According to a Bloomberg CityLab report, Bigfoot sightings have decreased over the last decade. Encounters with Sasquatch surged from 2000 to 2009, but have taken a dip...
Public Lands & Waters
Bar Room Banter: America’s Most Common Lake Names
Sep 4, 2020
There’s a difference between book smart and bar smart. You may not be book smart, but this series can make you seem educated and interesting from a barstool. So, belly up, mix yourself a glass of LMNT Recharge, and take notes as we look at the most popular lake names in the country. Powered by LMNT.
As a kid, I took great pride in “The Simpsons” creators choosing Springfield, South Dakota, as the backdrop for their iconic cartoon. What’re the...
What’s the Best Evidence Bigfoot Exists?
Sep 2, 2020
We don’t believe in Bigfoot at MeatEater, but we’re damn interested in him. To see if a crew of staunch skeptics could be swayed, we gathered the most respected Bigfoot authorities to answer our most pressing questions. This is part one of our eight-part series, Ask a Squatcher.
I don’t believe that the moon affects the whitetail rut—there’s simply too much science that tells us otherwise. But deep down, I’m always excited when the newest “Moon...
Pebble Mine Falls Short on Critical Permit. Is It Dead?
Aug 24, 2020
Under pressure from hunters, anglers, conservationists, and even the Trump family, the Trump Administration announced today that it would not issue critical Clean Water Act permits for the contentious Pebble Mine. While this action does not outright kill the Canadian firm Northern Dynasty Mineral’s long-running effort to mine gold, copper, and molybdenum in Alaska’s pristine Bristol Bay region, it is a major setback that drastically narrows their...
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