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12-05-2022
Primates have greater diversity on Indigenous lands
A new study has confirmed that primate diversity is greater in areas that are managed by Indigenous peoples. The experts determined that primates such as monkeys and apes are less likely to be classified as vulnerable, threatened or endangered when they live in territories that overlap with Indigenous lands.  The research was led by Paul A. Garber, a professor of Anthropology at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, and Alejandro Estrada, a professor in the Institute of Biology at the National Autonomous University of Mexico.  “There is an...
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06-27-2018
Bumblebees actually thrive living in cities
Researchers at Royal Holloway University have found that bee colonies...
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06-27-2018
Long-term interactions with humans changed orangutans forever
Only found on the islands of Borneo and Sumatra, the...
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06-27-2018
Over half of Hawaiian forest birds are endangered or threatened
Hawaii has certainly been in the news recently – as...
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06-27-2018
New material mimics the color transformation of chameleons
Researchers at Nagoya University have developed a composite material that...
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06-26-2018
Wild baboons have different immune systems than captive baboons
A new study from the American Society for Microbiology has...
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06-26-2018
How Koko the gorilla changed how we view animal intelligence
Koko, the western lowland gorilla who died late last week,...
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06-26-2018
New species of ancient marine lizard found in Italy
Paleontologists from the University of Alberta have discovered the remains...
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06-25-2018
Dry environments cause disease to spread more quickly
Animals that live in dry and sometimes barren landscapes rely...
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06-25-2018
Could genetically engineered mosquitoes eradicate malaria?
Mosquitoes are known to host some of the world’s most...
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06-25-2018
First complex life on Earth grew larger in order to spread out
A new study led by the University of Cambridge has...
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06-24-2018
Tiny new spider species found in the forests of Sri Lanka
Nine new species of goblin spiders have been found in...
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06-23-2018
Dogs can hurt their legs and joints by jumping down from SUVs
A new study has revealed that allowing dogs to jump...
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