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Feb­ru­ary 2015

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Amur leopard numbers in the wild doubled since 2007
News biodiversity
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Amur leop­ard num­bers in the wild dou­bled since 2007


Flawed method puts tiger rise in doubt, calls for new approach
News biodiversity
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Flawed method puts tiger rise in doubt, calls for new approach


More than half of lemur species will lose habitat as climate warms
News biodiversity
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More than half of lemur species will lose habi­tat as cli­mate warms


Time for a bold dingo experiment in national park of Australia
News biodiversity
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Time for a bold dingo exper­i­ment in national park of Australia


Earliest-known arboreal and subterranean ancestral mammals discovered
News evolution
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Earliest-​known arbo­real and sub­ter­ranean ances­tral mam­mals discovered


The 2015 Amur tiger census in the Russian Far East is on its way
News biodiversity
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The 2015 Amur tiger cen­sus in the Russ­ian Far East is on its way


Frozen semen possibly lifesaver for lion's captive breeding programmes
News biodiversity
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Frozen semen pos­si­bly life­saver for lion’s cap­tive breed­ing programmes


Eastern black rhino born at Chester Zoo - caught on camera
News zoos
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East­ern black rhino born at Chester Zoo — caught on camera


Rare glimpse at the elusive Saharan cheetah
News biodiversity
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Rare glimpse at the elu­sive Saha­ran cheetah


Guidance for conservation in Central Africa with roadmap for using evolutionary research and education
News evolution
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Guid­ance for con­ser­va­tion in Cen­tral Africa with roadmap for using evo­lu­tion­ary research and education


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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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