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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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03-27-2018
Hunting pressure has changed how bears raise their young
A new study from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences...
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03-27-2018
Spiders recycle the gene that forms their legs to make their head
With billions of arthropods on the Earth at any given...
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03-27-2018
Newly discovered ancient lions were as tall as humans
Scientists in Kenya have found fossil evidence that lions were...
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03-27-2018
Logging and conservation efforts can successfully coexist
Research examining the environmental impacts of logging are crucial for...
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03-26-2018
How whales grew to become the largest mammals on Earth
How did whales evolve to be some of the largest...
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03-26-2018
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
Metal pollution linked to personality changes in songbirds
Metal pollution isn’t just a problem for humans or water-dwelling...
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03-23-2018
Why American cockroaches can survive almost anything
Researchers have discovered why cockroaches are so resilient and frankly...
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03-22-2018
Fish was a major food source for humans in the Stone Age
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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