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Feb­ru­ary 2016

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 When older than a year the arti­cles have been archived, and marked as such on the top right hand side.
Reintroduction and mixing Bornean orangutans subspecies, a turn for the worse?
News evolution
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Rein­tro­duc­tion and mix­ing Bornean orang­utans sub­species, a turn for the worse?


Captive rhinos need regular check ups to prevent health problems
News zoos
950

Cap­tive rhi­nos need reg­u­lar check ups to pre­vent health problems


Fear of carnivores good for ecosystem health: a raccoon study
News biodiversity
1211

Fear of car­ni­vores good for ecosys­tem health: a rac­coon study


Can ecotourism save endangered species from going extinct?
News biodiversity
972

Can eco­tourism save endan­gered species from going extinct?


Tigers clawing back in Southeast Asia, a conservation success
News biodiversity
880

Tigers claw­ing back in South­east Asia, a con­ser­va­tion success


Global plan aims to save elusive okapi from extinction
News biodiversity
843

Global plan aims to save elu­sive okapi from extinction


Settlement of controversy on family tree of placental mammals
News evolution
1007

Set­tle­ment of con­tro­versy on fam­ily tree of pla­cen­tal mammals


Asynchrony of species more important than their diversity for ecosystems
News biodiversity
897

Asyn­chrony of species more impor­tant than their diver­sity for ecosystems


Wolf species can be identified by their ‘howling dialects’
News evolution
947

Wolf species can be iden­ti­fied by their ‘howl­ing dialects’


Morbid attraction to leopard urine in Toxoplasma-infected chimpanzees
News evolution
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Mor­bid attrac­tion to leop­ard urine in Toxoplasma-​infected chimpanzees


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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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