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April 2012

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New theory on what doomed Africa's large carnivores two million years ago
News evolution
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New the­ory on what doomed Africa’s large car­ni­vores two mil­lion years ago


The iconic Koala is set to be declared an endangered species
News biodiversity
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The iconic Koala is set to be declared an endan­gered species


Study shows ugly endangered animals are overlooked in favour of the cute.
News biodiversity
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Study shows ugly endan­gered ani­mals are over­looked in favour of the cute.


First Camera Trap Photos of rare Amur Leopard in China
News biodiversity
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First Cam­era Trap Pho­tos of rare Amur Leop­ard in China


Nasa's State of Flux shows our ever changing world
News biodiversity
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Nasa’s State of Flux shows our ever chang­ing world


Polar bears evolutionarily Five Times older than thought before
News evolution
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Polar bears evo­lu­tion­ar­ily Five Times older than thought before


Russia opens Land of the Leopard National Park
News biodiversity
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Rus­sia opens Land of the Leop­ard National Park


Mammal feeding habits haven't always been what they are today
News evolution
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Mam­mal feed­ing habits haven’t always been what they are today


Eating meat was the secret of human success
News evolution
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Eat­ing meat was the secret of human success


Orangutan rescued from peat forest endangered by palm oil fires
News biodiversity
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Orang­utan res­cued from peat for­est endan­gered by palm oil fires


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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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