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March 2011

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Conservation areas really protect wildlife populations!
News biodiversity
1940

Con­ser­va­tion areas really pro­tect wildlife populations!


Assessment of conflicts between Amur tigers and humans in the Russian Far East
News biodiversity
2232

Assess­ment of con­flicts between Amur tigers and humans in the Russ­ian Far East


WAZA organises the “Donate for Japan” emergency assistance operation
News zoos
1937

WAZA organ­ises the “Donate for Japan” emer­gency assis­tance operation


The Tuamotu Kingfisher, less than 125 birds now!
News biodiversity
2396

The Tuamotu King­fisher, less than 125 birds now!


Knut, the world's most famous polar bear, died in Berlin Zoo!
News zoos
3104

Knut, the world’s most famous polar bear, died in Berlin Zoo!


A conservationist's controversy regarding hunting lions for pleasure
News biodiversity
1691

A conservationist’s con­tro­versy regard­ing hunt­ing lions for pleasure


Loss of plant biodiversity is a threat to ecosystem services
News biodiversity
1658

Loss of plant bio­di­ver­sity is a threat to ecosys­tem services


Extinction in mammals, rediscovery and detectability
News evolution
1935

Extinc­tion in mam­mals, redis­cov­ery and detectability


Giant Otters again bred successfully in North American zoo
News zoos
1706

Giant Otters again bred suc­cess­fully in North Amer­i­can zoo


The sixth mass species extinction, started yet or not?
News evolution
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The sixth mass species extinc­tion, started yet or not?


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Goal: 7000 tigers in the wild

Tiger range countries map

Tiger map” (CC BY 2.5) by Sander­son et al., 2006.

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