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March 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 When older than a year the arti­cles have been archived, and marked as such on the top right hand side.
Big Cats in backyards of Western Indian households
News biodiversity
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Big Cats in back­yards of West­ern Indian households


Footprints of Sumatran Rhinos discovered in Borneo
News biodiversity
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Foot­prints of Suma­tran Rhi­nos dis­cov­ered in Borneo


Campaign launched to end mutilation of birds in UK zoos
News zoos
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Cam­paign launched to end muti­la­tion of birds in UK zoos


Clouded Leopard cubs growing at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute
News zoos
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Clouded Leop­ard cubs grow­ing at the Smith­son­ian Con­ser­va­tion Biol­ogy Institute


About FFI's Sumatran tiger work by Dr Matt Linkie
News biodiversity
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About FFI’s Suma­tran tiger work by Dr Matt Linkie


Making sustainable development appealing to conservationists and communities as well
News biodiversity
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Mak­ing sus­tain­able devel­op­ment appeal­ing to con­ser­va­tion­ists and com­mu­ni­ties as well


First ever hyena caesarean in Australia, performed at Monarto Zoo
News zoos
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First ever hyena cae­sarean in Aus­tralia, per­formed at Monarto Zoo


Lemur lookalikes are two new species, DNA reveals
News biodiversity
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Lemur looka­likes are two new species, DNA reveals


For the first time Iberian lynx embryos are collected and preserved
News zoos
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For the first time Iber­ian lynx embryos are col­lected and preserved


Wuppertal Zoo polar bear killed by zebra herpesvirus - viruses jumping species
News zoos
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Wup­per­tal Zoo polar bear killed by zebra her­pesvirus — viruses jump­ing species


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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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