In 1963, a rare stonefly species was discovered along the mountain streams at Glacier National Park. Baumann & Gaufin named the species as the western glacier stonefly (Zapada glacier) in 1971.
Well, after a long time we have good news for the people of California. Storms, full of wet, are moving on across Northern California and it is likely they will bring some rainfall for the state patching up the gap left by drought. Forecasters say that though the rains will compensate for the loss, it will hardly make up for the big loss inflicted by a three-year drought.
500 sea lions were found dead on the northern coast of Peru recently, prompting officials to launch a full-scale investigation into the massive mysterious die-off on Sunday.