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A collection of interesting biodiversity news from January (01/01/18)

 

Marine

Bottlenose dolphins giving England the fins up all year round, research shows
 

Terrestrial

Breakthrough study reveals new insight into “immortal” plant cellsv
 
Countryside waterways to be restored to increase tourists’ love of the Brecks
 
How dangerous are false widow spiders?
 
Wildflower planting on farms boosts birds, from skylarks to starlings
 
Country diary: the fells are buzzing with hope
 
Crocodile lizard and snail-eating turtle among 115 new species discovered in the Greater Mekong
 
Arsonist falcons suggest birds discovered fire before humans did
 
Wolf found in northern Belgium, first time in over 100 years
 
Save the monarch butterfly from extinction
 
Your Bright Idea Could Save the Biggest Reef on Earth
 
Tasmania launches roadkill campaign to reduce 500,000 native animal deaths
 

 

A collection of interesting biodiversity news from December (01/12/17)

Country diary: this bird could be spooked by its own shadow
 
Managing the microbes – the key to solving the global nitrogen crisis
 
Rare and wonderful UK birds facing extinction because of climate change - report
 
Sumatran rhino 'hanging on by a thread'
 
 Red list: thousands of species at risk of extinction due to human activity
 
Storks with unhealthy appetites: mapping how animals interact with cities

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