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11-26-2022
Animals in national parks are impacted by human visitors
U.S. national park traffic has grown steadily over the past decade, with popular parks such as Yosemite or Yellowstone reaching over one million visitors per year. In such heavily used areas, it is expected that animals will change their behavior to avoid humans. However, according to a new study led by the University of Washington (UW), even in remote, rarely visited national parks, the presence of just a few humans can significantly impact the activity of wildlife residing there.  “There’s been increasing recognition of how much just...
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10-22-2022
How are brown bears depicted by Romanian media?
With a population of over 7,000 individuals spread across the...
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10-21-2022
Experts are calling to halt fishing in Antarctica
The Southern Ocean is important to the health of the...
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10-21-2022
Chimpanzees synchronize their steps when walking together
Although scientists have already noticed that chimpanzees can coordinate their...
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10-21-2022
Disease has influenced wolf colors across North America
Scientists have long been puzzled by the fact that, across...
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10-21-2022
Desert flower diversity is driven by pollinators
Although the Atacama desert, which stretches for 1,600 kilometers along...
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10-20-2022
No-fishing zones help iconic fish species recover
No-fishing zones can help restore fish, including iconic species like...
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10-20-2022
Mountain lions are taking more risks after Woolsey fire
The City of Angels is known for many things, but...
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10-20-2022
Group density affects mountain gorilla population growth
Although mountain gorillas were on the verge of extinction in...
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10-20-2022
Alligators exposed to PFAS develop autoimmune conditions
A new study led by the North Carolina State University...
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10-20-2022
Skin compounds make some people “mosquito magnets”
A new study led by Rockefeller University in New York...
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10-20-2022
Male ostriches are driven by competition, not cooperation
In social groups, male and female ostriches are affected differently...
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10-19-2022
Native fish keep Hawaiian fish ponds under control
Traditional fish ponds – known as loko iʻa – were...
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