Germicide, a substance or agent that kills microorganisms. A disinfectant is a type of germicide that kills germs that cause disease. An antiseptic is sometimes considered a germicide but actually is not because it merely prevents or slows the growth of microorganisms.
If the animal world were school, otters would be those kids who never leave the playground. Always begging for five more minutes of recess, otters take playtime very seriously.
According to a study published in Friday's issue of the journal Science, there will be no seafood left to catch by 2048.