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Three more elephants killed in Sri Lanka, bringing toll to seven Wildlife officials found three more dead wild elephants in central Sri Lanka Saturday, raising the number believed to have been poisoned by angry villagers to seven. Are humans preventing flies from eavesdropping?
Study suggests gut bacteria helped shape mammalian evolution The call to evolve could be coming from inside the house mouse. Sep 27, Older male sparrows seem to father more chicks by getting more sperm to the egg Researchers are a step closer to solving the puzzle of why older male sparrows are more successful at mating and producing chicks. Why viruses like Herpes and Zika will need to be reclassified, and its biotech impact New research reveals that the way viruses were perceived in terms of their architecture will need to be retooled, because they are actually structured in many more patterns than previously understood.
Study shows mouse gut biome involved in setting gut circadian rhythm A team of researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center has found that microbes in the small intestines of mice are involved in setting the pace for the gut circadian rhythm. For this ocean dweller, ability to respond to warming waters is about location It's common knowledge that, through the process of natural selection, organisms adapt to their environments.
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Borneo pygmy elephant found dead in Malaysia A pygmy elephant has been found dead in a river on the Malaysian part of Borneo island, an official said Friday, the latest of the endangered creatures to perish. Value of Ireland's insect pollinators greatly underestimated A newly published report claims that both the market and non-market values of pollinators in Ireland are currently greatly underestimated. The showy everlasting daisy is endangered, but a primary school is helping out Western Australia boasts seemingly endless fields of pink, white and yellow everlasting daisies. Landscape patterns matter The size, shape, and arrangement of fields, forests, wetlands, and human populations, and the ways these and other features interact and change across landscapes, have a multitude of implications for resource sustainability, Santa Barbara Zoo's elderly elephant Little Mac euthanized Little Mac, a year-old Asian elephant that was a fixture at the Santa Barbara Zoo for nearly all her life, was euthanized this week after a sharp decline in health, officials said.
More than dolphins die on island beach off West Africa Authorities in the Cape Verde islands off West Africa are waiting for experts from Spain to help determine why more than dolphins died on a local beach. A 2-kilometer freshwater journey to food security: Zambian farmers benefit from tree preservation While some communities in Central Province of Zambia are resorting to cutting down trees as an alternative source of energy, a group of young farmers in Serenje District of the same province has vowed to keep trees around Otherworldly worms with three sexes discovered in Mono Lake Caltech scientists have discovered a new species of worm thriving in the extreme environment of Mono Lake.
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