- Canadian union cozies up to Ecuador in Chevron Shakedown
- As we previously reported, Canada has taken the unfortunate step of getting involved in Ecuador's long running Chevron Shakedown effort with one of their courts agreeing to hear a case related to the ongoing lawsuits.
- Give Us Guano or Give Us Death
- The life of a troglobite is often one of constant famine, its existence a daily toil on the precipice of death. But all of that changes with the addition of one magical ingredient: bat poop.
- Spider-like troglobite stops $12b mine
- The Environmental Protection Agency rejected plans by mining giant Rio Tinto to develop a $12 billion iron ore mine near Pannawonica in the Pilbara region to protect tiny underground troglobites unique to the mine site.
- This new centipede is named after Hades, god of the underworld
- As a true troglobite, the Hades centipede has sort of let itself go. But can you blame it? It's not like people are going to stare when it scurries to the grocery store.
- Craving for caves
- Troglobites are animals that have fully adapted to the cave environment and live their entire lives in caves.
Troglobite is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Troglobite books and related discussion.
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