If fire, grazing and insect attack, the most likely causes of decline, remain unchecked, then frankincense production could be doomed altogether.
Frankincense production could fall by half in 15 years. New study of the fragrant resin finds that frankincense-producing trees are in jeopardy.
For much of the world, eating insects — officially called entomophagy — is neither strange nor disgusting nor exotic.
No, they don't, a Dutch study finds.