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07-25-2021
Wildlife on the Tana River Basin will struggle to survive global warming
A number of plants and animals in Kenya's Tana River Basin will not be able to survive the current rate of global warming, according to a new study from the University of East Anglia.  On the other hand, if the world could meet the climate goals that were established at the Paris Agreement, however, many of these species could still be saved. "This research provides the first assessment of the combined effects of development plans and climate change on biodiversity of the Tana River Basin, including identifying...
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07-25-2021
Three important coral habitats are vanishing
A new study from the University of São Paulo has...
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07-23-2021
Five new plant species found in Bolivia
Scientists at the University of Exeter are describing five previously...
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07-23-2021
Pterosaurs may have hatched with the ability to fly
The first vertebrates to achieve flight were neither birds nor...
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07-23-2021
Targeted removal of lionfish may prove helpful
Beautiful lionfish with their mesmerizing patterns and showy spines are...
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07-23-2021
DNA evidence confirms: humans wiped out Xerces blue butterflies
Xerces blue butterflies were last seen alive in San Francisco...
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07-22-2021
Cockatoos learn by copying others
In the past couple of years, sulphur-crested cockatoos in Sydney,...
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07-22-2021
Newborn mammals can see the world before they open their eyes
Newborn mammals have a visual sense of the world before...
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07-22-2021
Shipworm mystery continues after more than 2,000 years
For over two thousand years, humans have been aware that...
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07-20-2021
Older tsetse flies give birth to weaker offspring
A new study led by the University of Bristol has...
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07-20-2021
Depending on friends makes life easier for reef fish
A growing collection of research shows that animals with much...
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07-19-2021
Climate damage by wild pigs is worse than a million cars
A new study from the University of Queensland reveals the...
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07-19-2021
Antibiotic resistance found in giant tortoises of Galapagos
Giant Galapagos tortoises that live in human-dominated landscapes have increased...
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