The images in question were taken in 2011 by Naruto, a then–6-year-old male, free-living crested macaque in Indonesia. Photographer David J. Slater had left his camera unattended in an Indonesian forest, which allowed Naruto to take several photos of himself.
Published in November of 1990, this LIFE magazine photo changed the way America viewed AIDS. A son, dying of AIDS, is comforted by his father and family.
Remember Nicky the little blind rhino Sir David Attenborough spoke to? The #EarthUnplugged team just caught up with one of his friends Kitui at Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. The team are in Kenya all this week filming and we want to know if you have any questions for them or if there's anything you want to see? Let us know in the comments. Ben Anderson for #EarthOnLocation by bbcearth
What Theology Teaches About Corporate Responsibility- As business people, sometimes we forget just how connected the world of work is to the work of God in the world. Without question, individual business persons are moral agents. However, based upon the accepted conception of the corporation, there is often a lack of consistency in the view of the moral agency of the …