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The TerraMar Project 13m
- Interested in studying and protecting ocean life? Check out the field of . Conservation biologists combine the understanding of a species' biology, its role in the ecosystem, and human factors to preserve on Earth.
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Natural England Dec 2
Help make mainstream by taking part in the Defra consultation which will run until 10 February 2019.
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Donna Rainey Dec 11
How is it possible to get it so wrong? It's as if someone has instructed them to get rid of everything that isn't solely grass Can you see why the public would be concerned about loss on farmland? Any in the margin are now gone,WHY?
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jmlandin 4h
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Doing Things Differently 1h
Replying to @dtdchange
New species of giant salamander described after decades of mystery Only just formally described - in spite of being one of the world's largest!
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Gregor Kalinkat 3h
Replying to @ClimateHuman
I guess it won't help, but I can assure you that there are thousands of biologists who are fucking terrified about breakdown.
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FAO Dec 7
Without these tiny heroes 🐦🐝🦇🦋 we wouldn't have all these types of food...
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IPBES 12h
“Our planet is on the verge of an unprecedented crisis” - Bob Watson, Chair Governments, business & the public must change the policies, practices, technologies, behaviors undermining sustainable use and conservation of biodiversity.
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Mark Smyth Dec 3
wildlife habitat is being destroyed but no one seems to care. I wrote an article for the local paper resulting in good feedback. Does no one in power care about rarities? Why not?
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Scarborough Mirror 10h
CONTRIBUTED: The Toronto Zoo has a diverse collection of 'cryopreserved cells,' says Paula Mackie.
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OceanUnite 6h
"For years, scientists have been telling us that at least 30% of the should be declared strongly protected in marine reserves by 2030. This is critical both for marine and to build climate resilience." –
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Andy Gonzalez 2h
tells us about BIOS^2 an exciting new CREATE program designed to train students and postdocs in computational approaches for science. What methods would you like to learn? Help us to develop a culture of open science, informatics and data curation
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Science Rocks 16m
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RMIT Research Dec 10
That little patch of nature in your suburb? It could be much more important for the survival of endangered species than you think. New research out today co-authored by RMIT's . Read the story:
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"Paleo by Leo" Food,Tech & Crypto news' 7h
Amazon indigenous groups want to create a nature sanctuary the size of Mexico
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Paulo ALD Nunes 4h
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Anthony Ricciardi Dec 8
This photo illustrates a phenomenal erosion of ~10,000 years of molluscan natural history that occurred in the space of a few decades.
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Simply Savi Dec 10
Giant wood spider, common in Indian forests makes its web between two stems of trees. Female is larger in size and eats up the male after mating with him.
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"Paleo by Leo" Food,Tech & Crypto news' 17m
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WCS Dec 10
A successful camera trap project, supported by , is unlocking the secrets of one of the world’s most fragile and threatened hotspots.
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