Understanding the ecological impact of hundreds of dead feral hogs.
Sabrina Imblerhello I wrote about 30-200 feral hogs rotting in a field in Oklahoma, and how their maggot-frilled bodies could help ecologists lessen the impacts of mass die-offs, which are bound to happen more and more due to climate change.
After a long history of erasure, communities of color are reclaiming psychedelic traditions to heal from trauma.
Sabrina Imblerlate to this, but @Steph_Yin's story for @WHYYThePulse on the whitewashing of psychedelics is a must-read—delving into the erasure of Indigenous tradition & the growing movement of Black and Brown POC reclaiming psychedelics for healing from trauma
Sabrina ImblerI wrote about the deranged plight of the cannibal ants in the Soviet nuclear bunker Special Object 3003—and the euphoria of their freedom. I loved writing this story and I would die for these ants!!!!
Recent mass shootings have been linked to ‘eco-xenophobia’ – part of a tradition that dates to America’s first conservationists
Sabrina Imblerthis, by @susie_c, is your daily reminder that science + conservation are institutions built upon xenophobia/white supremacy/eugenics! and that to trust these institutions as objective is........not the move!
Sabrina ImblerSometimes the most extraordinary species are the ones you'd never see or even think to look for. I wrote about a very tiny and surprisingly rare snail that could help save a forest in Kentucky from a gas pipeline.