Watching the World: '...we did some tests [and] found that ducks can eat more than chickens [up to 400 locusts each per day], are tougher than chickens in bad weather and do not get eaten by eagles or weasels. . . . We release them on the grassland, blow whistles, and they eat the locusts.” The birds are part of a program that includes crop-dusting planes and microorganisms that kill locusts. (g01 5/8 pp. 28-29; Jw.org)
Here's a ridiculously cute picture of a group of people being photobombed by a baby sloth in Costa Rica."As I looked through the camera lens I could see something creeping in to the frame. When I realized it was a baby sloth I clicked the button as fast as I could, not that he was going anywhere fast "