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Determining ocean caliber for Great Barrier Reef will cost $8.2 bn, report hears

Published in Odd and Fun on 8th September 2017

Queensland government study sees current funding is far less than what is needed to meet environmental the aims and escape reef being placed on Unesco watch list Attempting to defined the liquid qualityfor the Great Barrier Reef will cost $8.2 bn in the next decade but even then some of the targets will be impossible […]

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Published in Odd and Fun on 6th September 2017

(CNN)When ecologist Dr. Derek Lee first spotted Omo, a snow-white, 15-month-old giraffe with a rare condition called leucism, he was concerned for her safety. “The first year of life is very dangerous for wild giraffes because they are small enough to be killed and eaten by lions, hyenas, and leopards,” he says. “Only about 50% […]

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Newborn Tigers Snuggle Up To Their Mama In Adorable Debut

Published in Odd and Fun on 2nd September 2017

Three minuscule Amur beasts were born at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium in Powell, Ohio, sometime Wednesday night. Video footage demo them huddling up to their 11 -year-old mom Irisa in a private den, away from the glare of tourists. Zoo heads said the trio, gender unknown, were being checked via remote camera and “appear […]

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Pesticides damage survival of bee colonies, landmark investigate proves

Published in Odd and Fun on 23rd August 2017

The natures largest ever field trial substantiates widely used insecticides impairment both honeybees and wild bees, increasing calls for a ban Widely used insecticides shattering the survival of honeybee colonies, “the worlds” largest ever field trial demonstrates how for the first time, as well as harming wild bees. The farm-based study, along with two seconds […]

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Tanzania’s ghost safari: how western facilitate contributed to the decline of a wildlife sanctuary

Published in Odd and Fun on 15th August 2017

International projects facilitated grow a rich and fruitful Tanzanian hollow into enormous tracts of farmland, teak woodlands and carbohydrate plantations The long superhighway from Dar es Salaam brings you through sparsely wooded slopes and environments to the narrow northern neck of the Kilombero valley. Theres a crouch in the road, then the tract opens out, […]

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African forest elephants may face extinction sooner than speculation: investigate

Published in Odd and Fun on 4th August 2017

New study detects poaching has helped shrivel person by 60% since 2002 and eventually may be responsible for eradicating one of the largest creatures left Forest-dwelling elephants are likely to face extinction far more quickly than previously expected because their sluggish reproduction rate cannot keep pace with raging poaching and habitat loss, a new analyse […]

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Mexico launches pioneering scheme to insure its coral reef

Published in Odd and Fun on 29th July 2017

Hotels and local government in Cancun will compensate premiums, and insurance industry will pay out if the ridge is was affected by storms A stretch of coral reef off Mexico is the testing ground for a new idea that could protect fragile environs around the world: insurance. The reef, off the coast of Cancn, be […]

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New the risk to public property endanger America’s unique wildlife passageways

Published in Odd and Fun on 21st July 2017

Mule deer, pronghorn and other swine rely on unbroken movement streets for nutrient and survival, a requisite now in jeopardy as Trump pushes for development The life of a Wyoming mule deer is a tough one. In ordering to subsist, thousands of the deer undertake an arduous 150 -mile migration twice a year to find […]

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Saved: the endangered species back from the verge of extinguishing

Published in Odd and Fun on 19th July 2017

Human activity has put wildlife of all the countries at risk, but many mortals are now thriving thanks to conservationists The saiga antelope makes a strange pin-up for the conservation nature. With its strange bulbous nose and spindly legs, it is an unlovely gazing man specially when compared against wildlife favourites such as the polar […]

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Climate change impacting ‘most’ species on Earth, even down to their genomes

Published in Odd and Fun on 12th July 2017

Three recent studies point to just how broad, bizarre, and potentially devastating climate change is to life on Earth. And weve only seen one degree Celsius of warming so far. Climate change is rapidly becoming a crisis that defies hyperbole. For all the sound and fury of climate change denialists, self-deluding politicians and a very […]

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