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  • Photo of Modifying Natural Rhythms Can Cause Serious Issues

    Modifying Natural Rhythms Can Cause Serious Issues

    Hello Ecology and The Environment Readers! The natural system is intensely on disturbance and is toward extinction. But why it is so? The answer is very simple. A new research by scientists shows that modifying or changing a natural clock in any way can cause serious problems. These can of different forms. Among these, one is the provision of artificial light to…

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  • Photo of Marsh Antwren Got Support; Healthy News

    Marsh Antwren Got Support; Healthy News

    Hello Ecology and The Environment Readers! Today, We share good news with you. The critically Endangered and small bird species is a resident bird of South America. Formicivora paludicola, on the list as CR. Now it is time for this bird to live in a very good but safe conditions. Its habitat is going to be the safest of all. For…

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  • Photo of “Go Out and Count Birds, Instead of Hunting it”; Voice of Christmas

    “Go Out and Count Birds, Instead of Hunting it”; Voice of Christmas

    Today, we explore a new idea put forth about 120 years ago. It is very exciting and fascinating. Do You know what we are going to open out? Here it is… What Happened? About 120 years ago, before 1900, The tradition of people on Christmas days, to kill hundred of wild animals and birds, which came into first sight. It…

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  • Photo of Successful Conservation; 10 Vital Habitat Conserved

    Successful Conservation; 10 Vital Habitat Conserved

    The Birdlife International is struggling hard. For What they are doing so?. This struggle, Yes this all struggle is to conserve the most important habitats for birds. As it is impossible to protect every part (small and Large). Therefore protecting those areas which are vital; supporting more bird species, is very crucial. People know about these areas as Important Bird…

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  • Photo of 90% Rainforest Lost, Struggling To Save The Remaining Silver

    90% Rainforest Lost, Struggling To Save The Remaining Silver

    Since the first date of last 100 years, about 90% of the rainforest known as the Atlantic Rainforest of South America has been destroyed through many factors. The factors include logging by humans, urbanization and invasion of invasive species. The Atlantic Rainforest of South America covers an area of about one million square kilometers which makes it the largest of…

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  • Photo of Surface Slicks; Larval Fish Toxicities Due to Microplastics

    Surface Slicks; Larval Fish Toxicities Due to Microplastics

    Eating of micro-plastics by the many non-adult fishes is a well-known problems. The life of many marine fishes begin at the ocean surface. However, the habitat preference of these larval fish stages is not studied well. The surface slicks are important nurseries for many larval  fishes. Study Carried Out A study carried out in Hawaii, shows that the surface slicks…

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  • Photo of IUCN Red List, The Most Comprehensive List of Species

    IUCN Red List, The Most Comprehensive List of Species

    The most comprehensive list of animals and plant species which is considered as the most authoritative list worldwide. Till this day, IUCN Red List assessed 105,500 plus species, of these more than 28000 are threatened species. The IUCN has now put a target to assess more than 160,000 species by the year 2020. Who is IUCN? Basically, IUCN is the…

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  • Photo of Tiny deer-like mammal feared extinct rediscovered after 30 years

    Tiny deer-like mammal feared extinct rediscovered after 30 years

    The silver-backed chevrotain (Tragulus versicolor), a small deer-like species scientist feared had gone extinct was photographed for the first time in  three decades, in the southern Vietnam. Also called Vietnam mouse-deer, the silver-backed chevrotain is an ungulate (hoofed mammal) of the genus Tragulus, which has 9 other species. Chevrotains are the world’s smallest mammals and weigh less than 5 kg. Tragulus…

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  • Photo of 100 Extinctions After European Colonization (1788) In Australia

    100 Extinctions After European Colonization (1788) In Australia

    A new and interesting report published recently reviews the number, distribution and causes of animal extinction in Australia after 1788. This research report reveals and claims that about 100 extinctions of endemic fauna occurred after the colonization of Australia by Europeans since 1788. This report says that this figure of 100 is about 6-10% of the total extinctions after 1500.…

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  • Photo of Underestimating Predators Density Could Lead To Several Implications

    Underestimating Predators Density Could Lead To Several Implications

    Questions like; How many species are there in an ecosystem? What predators are there in a grassland? What are the effects of density of predators on fauna of ecosystem? Questions like these and many others are very important when talking about their effects on fauna and flora. Predators have a significant role in ecosystem, especially active predators like cats, tigers,…

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