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July 2013

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Habitat fragmentation affects gene flow in leopard and tiger populations
News evolution
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Habi­tat frag­men­ta­tion affects gene flow in leop­ard and tiger populations


Inbreeding Sumatran rhinos at Cincinnati Zoo as a last resort to avoid extinction
News zoos
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Inbreed­ing Suma­tran rhi­nos at Cincin­nati Zoo as a last resort to avoid extinction

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Camera trap survey brings glimmer of hope for Sumatran tigers
News biodiversity
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Cam­era trap sur­vey brings glim­mer of hope for Suma­tran tigers


Rehabilitated Amur tigress successfully released back into the wild
News biodiversity
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Reha­bil­i­tated Amur tigress suc­cess­fully released back into the wild


Current efforts will not save Iberian lynx, researchers say
News biodiversity
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Cur­rent efforts will not save Iber­ian lynx, researchers say


Birds outpace climate change to avoid extinction
News evolution
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Birds out­pace cli­mate change to avoid extinction


Black Bears return to Missouri indicates healthy forests
News biodiversity
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Black Bears return to Mis­souri indi­cates healthy forests


Flaws found in research on the impact of logging on biodiversity
News biodiversity
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Flaws found in research on the impact of log­ging on biodiversity


Lizards show evolution is predictable
News evolution
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Lizards show evo­lu­tion is predictable


A lost frog in the lost world?
News biodiversity
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A lost frog in the lost world?


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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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