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08-17-2022
Backyard bird diversity declining across Australia
Australians have been afforded the unique experience of having frequent and diverse interactions with a large variety of bird species in their own backyards. However, a research team led by Griffith University has recently found that, as cities and suburbs expand and people opt for less greenery, some of Australia’s favorite backyard visitors considered “common” are actually experiencing declines in prevalence in urban areas, highlighting the importance of monitoring and conservation actions in suburbs. “It’s often the really rare or threatened species or the really charismatic ones...
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Logging and conservation efforts can successfully coexist
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How whales grew to become the largest mammals on Earth
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Drone study reveals unique behavior in animal groups
A study led by the Santa Fe Institute is the...
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03-26-2018
Dogs are more likely to befriend a stranger when they are relaxed
Researchers at the University of Florida have found that dogs...
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03-25-2018
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03-23-2018
Why American cockroaches can survive almost anything
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03-22-2018
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In the past, scientists have thought that Stone Age people...
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03-22-2018
New breakthrough paves the way for bee-friendly pesticides
New breakthrough paves the way for bee-friendly pesticides. Neonicotinoid pesticides...
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03-22-2018
National parks will be crucial for birds in changing climate
National parks play an important role in conservation, preserving delicate...
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03-22-2018
Human-animal partnerships can be mutually beneficial in the wild
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03-22-2018
Triceratops used its horns to attract mates
Ceratopsian dinosaurs like the triceratops can be distinguished by their...
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03-21-2018
Incomplete fossils can provide a distorted view of ancient life
A new study led by the University of Leicester is...
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