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June 2013

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 When older than a year the arti­cles have been archived, and marked as such on the top right hand side.
Global fresh water supplies could be exhausted in two generations
News biodiversity
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Global fresh water sup­plies could be exhausted in two generations


Researchers find human activities threaten Sumatran tiger population
News biodiversity
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Researchers find human activ­i­ties threaten Suma­tran tiger population


Tasmanian devils sent as ambassador to overseas Zoos
News zoos
1774

Tas­man­ian dev­ils sent as ambas­sador to over­seas Zoos


Never seen before – Earth picture as interactive time-lapse
News biodiversity
1684

Never seen before – Earth pic­ture as inter­ac­tive time-​lapse


Unique live footage from inside the snow leopard lair at Nordens Ark
News zoos
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Unique live footage from inside the snow leop­ard lair at Nor­dens Ark


Biological fitness trumps other traits in mating game
News evolution
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Bio­log­i­cal fit­ness trumps other traits in mat­ing game


Remarkable footage of Chester Zoo Sumatran tigress giving birth
News zoos
1886

Remark­able footage of Chester Zoo Suma­tran tigress giv­ing birth


Ugly Animal Preservation Society – conservation of the ugly ones
News biodiversity
1660

Ugly Ani­mal Preser­va­tion Soci­ety – con­ser­va­tion of the ugly ones


Big cats fall prey to dog disease
News biodiversity
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Big cats fall prey to dog disease


Bullfrogs may help spread deadly amphibian fungus, but also die from it
News biodiversity
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Bull­frogs may help spread deadly amphib­ian fun­gus, but also die from it


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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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