As Amazon Prime Day continues to expand its reach, Amazon’s competitors are trying to beat the retail behemoth at its own game — or at least claim second place.
Prime Day is a bona fide shopping holiday, but it’s also an Amazon trademark, so retailers have to get creative in order to siphon off some of that Prime Day magic, with names like “Black Friday in July”, “Summer Savings”, or eBay’s aggressive “Crash Day”.
IHOP has been a go-to breakfast haven for well over 50 years, and it keeps getting better and better. In case you're wondering, the famous pancake house officially opened in 1958, which means it's been around for over six delicious decades. In honor of its grand opening back in the '50s, the company is offering a pancake deal that you won't want to miss. That's right:IHOP is selling 58-cent short stack pancakes on July 16, which means you'll be able to score three Original Buttermilk pancakes for less than $1. With that being said, round up your spare change and plan you IHOP trip.
Tiger populations fighting for a comeback in the wild will receive a much needed lifeline from the United States government. Improved and tightened regulations around captive tigers will make it more difficult for captive-bred tigers to filter into and stimulate the illegal wildlife trade that threatens wild tigers in Asia. More than 451,000 WWF supporters called on the US government to help make this happen.
One of the world’s largest populations of tigers exists not in the wild—but in captivity in the United States. With an estimated 5,000 tigers, the U.S. captive tiger population exceeds the approximately 3,200 tigers in the wild.