The Week in Pictures: Rare Tiger Dismembered, BPA-free SIGG's, Eco-Vacations and More
From an ultra rare Sumatran tiger killed and dismembered at a zoo in Indonesia to SIGG's announcement that their bottles are now BPA - free, a lot happened this week. Jasmin showed us how to attain fresh, glowing skin -- without the botox or chemical peels -- and get crafty in the kitchen; KFC introduced their lard-laden Double Down sandwich where the bread has been replaced with two slabs of fried chicken; readers sent in photos of their eco-vacations and backyard nature photos for our weekly user-generated slideshows and Dr. Chris Cavacuiti of the University of Toronto, in a study, concluded that cyclists cause less than 10 per cent of bike-car accidents.
Find out what else happened in the world of green this week in our photo roundup of most popular, most important, and most oddball stories. And if you missed it, view The Week in Pictures: Zombie Attacks, Sockeye Salmon Disappear, Fiji Water, and More from last week.
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