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April 2015

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Polar bears weakened by pollution as well as climate change
News biodiversity
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Polar bears weak­ened by pol­lu­tion as well as cli­mate change


Expanding rubber plantations huge threat for endangered species in Southeast Asia
News biodiversity
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Expand­ing rub­ber plan­ta­tions huge threat for endan­gered species in South­east Asia


Scientists find new macaque species with unique penis
News biodiversity
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Sci­en­tists find new macaque species with unique penis


Major study shows biodiversity losses can be reversed
News biodiversity
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Major study shows bio­di­ver­sity losses can be reversed


Study reveals: Zoos and Aquariums have educational impact
News zoos
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Study reveals: Zoos and Aquar­i­ums have edu­ca­tional impact


Polar bears unlikely to thrive on land-based foods
News biodiversity
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Polar bears unlikely to thrive on land-​based foods


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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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