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News Archives

August 2012

Wel­come to the selec­tion you’ve made in my News Archives. You can eas­ily browse to another selec­tion of arti­cles. When older than a year the arti­cles have been archived, and marked as such on the top right hand side.
African lions discovered as permanent residents of rainforests
News biodiversity
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African lions dis­cov­ered as per­ma­nent res­i­dents of rainforests


Grey parrots use reasoning where monkeys and dogs can’t
News evolution
1354

Grey par­rots use rea­son­ing where mon­keys and dogs can’t


Widespread local extinctions in tropical forest 'remnants'
News biodiversity
1637

Wide­spread local extinc­tions in trop­i­cal for­est ‘remnants’


Not as Dead as a Dodo – The Top Ten Species Surviving Because of Zoos
News zoos
1737

Not as Dead as a Dodo – The Top Ten Species Sur­viv­ing Because of Zoos


United Nations launches Oceans Compact Initiative
News biodiversity
1699

United Nations launches Oceans Com­pact Initiative


Climate change affects hibernation pattern of ground squirrels
News biodiversity
1659

Cli­mate change affects hiber­na­tion pat­tern of ground squirrels


New group of orangutans established in Basel Zoo
News zoos
1551

New group of orang­utans estab­lished in Basel Zoo


Climate change - higher temperatures change predator-prey relations
News evolution
1302

Cli­mate change — higher tem­per­a­tures change predator-​prey relations


Discovery of new species initiated by pictures posted on Flickr®
News biodiversity
2097

Dis­cov­ery of new species ini­ti­ated by pic­tures posted on Flickr®


Feral and domestic outdoor cats are huge wildlife killers
News biodiversity
1446

Feral and domes­tic out­door cats are huge wildlife killers


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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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