Flora and fauna news. (Actually, just fauna)

From Harper’s Weekly Review:

A bat infestation at an Arkansas high school forced students to return to remote learning for the week.

A bill introduced in Florida would overhaul regulations on the sale of pet rabbits, strip licenses from veterinarians who carry out feline declawing procedures, and make it illegal for dogs to hang their heads out of car windows.

Florida has been so very busy with legislation, hasn’t it?

“The cat is very sociable,” said authorities in Mexico currently reviewing adoption applications for a hairless sphynx, who was found in a prison bearing numerous gang tattoos associated with the Sinaloa Cartel.

Signs reading “insects are not baked in our bakery” began appearing in eastern Germany following the European Union’s legalization of the sale of powdered house crickets and larvae in food items.

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