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New research warns of primate extinction in China
PHYS.ORG Up to 80 per cent of China's primate species are at risk of extinction according to a new study by a group of international primatologists including The University of Western Australia. 1 day
The walking dead: Fossils on the move can distort patterns of mass extinctions
SCIENCE DAILY Using the fossil record to accurately estimate the timing and pace of past mass extinctions is no easy task, and a new... 4 days
The walking dead: Fossils on the move can distort patterns of mass extinctions
PHYS.ORG Using the fossil record to accurately estimate the timing and pace of past mass extinctions is no easy task, and a new... 4 days
Colombian zoo celebrates birth of endangered spider monkey
PHYS.ORG A zoo in Colombia is celebrating the birth of a baby spider monkey, a rare species in danger of extinction. 4 days
Climate change may drive 10 percent of amphibian species in the Atlantic rainforest to extinction
PHYS.ORG Global warming could lead to the extinction of up to 10 percent of frog and toad species endemic... 5 days
Climate change may drive 10 percent of amphibian species in the Atlantic Rainforest to extinction
SCIENCE DAILY Climate conditions forecast for 2050 and 2070 will be potentially lethal to species less adapted to climate variation,... 6 days
Turtle species in serious decline: Broad ecological impacts
SCIENCE DAILY About 61 percent of the world's 356 turtle species are threatened or already extinct, and the decline could have ecological consequences, according to a new study. 6 days
Early Holocene human presence in Madagascar evidenced by exploitation of avian megafauna
Science Magazine Previous research suggests that people first arrived on Madagascar by ~2500 years before present (years B.P.). This hypothesis is consistent with butchery marks on... 6 days
Butchered bird bones put humans in Madagascar 10,500 years ago
SCIENCE-NEWS Humans reached the island near Africa 6,000 years earlier than thought, raising questions about how its megafauna went extinct. 6 days
Turtle species decline may impact environments worldwide
PHYS.ORG Approximately 61 percent of the world's 356 turtle species are threatened or already extinct, and the decline could have ecological consequences. 6 days
New plant species discovered in museum is probably extinct
PHYS.ORG A single non-photosynthetic plant specimen preserved in a Japanese natural history museum has been identified as a new species. However, it is highly possible that this species is already extinct.... 6 days
Fishermen Haul in Monstrous Skull and Antlers of Extinct Irish Elk
LIVE SCIENCE These fishermen netted a gigantic surprise catch. 2 weeks
This Plan to Bring Back an Extinct Ice-Age Horse Species Is an Extreme Long Shot, Scientists Say
LIVE SCIENCE Will a 40,000-year-old mummified horse revive an ice-age species? 2 weeks
Unravelling the reasons why mass extinctions occur
SCIENCE DAILY Research could help to predict approaching ecological catastrophes. 2 weeks
Should we prioritize which endangered species to save and why were chemists baffled by soot for so long?
Science Magazine We are in the middle of what some scientists are calling the... 2 weeks
Unravelling the reasons why mass extinctions occur
PHYS.ORG Scientists from the University of Leicester have shed new light on why mass extinctions have occurred through history—and how this knowledge could help in predicting upcoming ecological catastrophes. 2 weeks
How plant microbes could feed the world and save endangered species
SCIENCE-NEWS Scientists have only scratched the surface of the plant microbiome, but they already believe it might increase crop yield and save species from extinction. 2 weeks
Oral traditions show that early Māori recognised extinction
PHYS.ORG Museums throughout Aotearoa New Zealand feature displays of enormous articulated skeletons and giant eggs. The eggs are bigger than two hands put together. This is all that remains of the moa. 2 weeks
Little lasting impact of the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum on shallow marine molluscan faunas
Science Magazine Global warming, acidification, and oxygen stress at the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) are associated with severe extinction in the deep sea and... 2 weeks
The second century CE Roman watermills of Barbegal: Unraveling the enigma of one of the oldest industrial complexes
Science Magazine The second century CE Roman watermill complex of Barbegal, France, is regarded... 2 weeks
Ancient insect graveyards reveal an explosion in bug diversity 237 million years ago
Science Magazine Six-legged critters recovered quickly from extinction event, setting the stage for the plethora of insects in our world today 2 weeks
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Did your Ancestry.com DNA results change dramatically? Here's why
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Detangling DNA replication
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Earth's oldest animals formed complex ecological communities
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Watch: Sci-Fi Short 'Scavenger' Follows a Lonely Planetary Scavenger
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Magnetic bacteria and their unique superpower attract researchers
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Accelerating electrocatalyst discovery with machine learning
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Iron powder: a clean, alternative fuel for industry that replaces natural gas
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Plants communicate distress using their own kind of nervous system
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This flying robot could reveal secrets of the aerial world of insects
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Blazes of light reveal how plants signal danger long distances
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Watch these new ‘designer proteins’ light up when they hit their target
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Kidnapping in the Antarctic animal world?
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Light beams from 9/11 memorial pull in huge flocks of migrating birds
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Three new species of fish discovered in the extreme depths of the Pacific Ocean
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Facebook is turning Jurassic World dinosaurs into augmented reality stickers
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Animal welfare: if you want cheap knitwear, it's the sheep that may suffer
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Mimicking Human Brain Development Using Organoids
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The rise of the 'bin chicken,' a totem for modern Australia
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These songbirds violently fling and then impale their prey
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Maker of GMO salmon says it sold 4.5 tonnes in Canada this year but won't say to whom
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Google partners with KB Home to bring Assistant, Google WiFi, Nest to new homes
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Cassava with improved starch
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One million artists can't be wrong about cultural evolution
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Gene therapy for rare genetic blindness wins prestigious Champalimaud Vision award
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