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Sulawesi bird named after Indian-origin scientist

A new bird species discovered more than 15 years after it was first seen on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi has been named after late ecologist and ornithologist Navjot Sodhi. A mottled throat and short wings distinguish Muscicapa sodhii, the newly named ... The Hindu, 3 weeks ago

75 images for the origin of species

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18 December 1912: Piltdown Man the 'missing link'

Piltdown Man: the skull of a human and the jawbone of an orang utan Since the publication of Darwin's On the Origin of Species in 1859, scientists had been desperate to find the missing link that would prove that humans evolved from an ape-like ...
 Money Week4 days ago

November 24: Charles Darwin's Origin of Species was published in 1859

Bengaluru, Nov 24: Today is Monday, November 24, 2014. What happened on this day in history? Oneindia takes a look at the past: 1542: The English force defeated a much bigger Scot outfit in the Battle of Solway Moss. 1642: Abel Tasman discovers Van Diemen's ...
 One India4 weeks ago

98 new species of beetles discovered in Indonesia

These are the 98 new species of Trigonopterus plus T. amphoralis (row 1, 7th from left), a species lost since 1922. (Alexander Riedel) There's an old story that gets tossed around about evolutionary biologist J.B. Haldane on the origin of what ...
 Washington Post3 hours ago Ninety-eight new beetle species discovered in Indonesia  EurekAlert!8 hours ago Many species adding to Western-Ghats' bio-diversity still unknown  Jagran Post2 months ago

After protecting habitat for jaguars, expert believes the species can adapt and survive

By , Growing up in New York, Alan Rabinowitz spent hours gazing at the tigers, lions, jaguars and leopards at the Bronx Zoo. His father thought the visits would help his stuttering condition, with the Lion House a safe place to let him express ...
 Washington Post5 hours ago
Miami Herald

Yardsmart: Mystery of Lithops solved

It doesn't rain in the Namibian desert of southwest Africa, yet plants still manage to survive there. Some are specially adapted to exploit moisture in Atlantic fog that travels miles inland, delivering life-giving dew. Others are linked to dry ...
 Miami Herald6 hours ago
Melbourne Age

Menus should label seafood origins, Senate recommends

Restaurants and other seafood retailers should have 12 months to begin labelling seafood with country of origin information, a senate committee has recommended in a partial win for the "Label my fish" campaign. Existing food standards require ...
 Melbourne Age3 days ago Australian seafood producers rally to enforce country of origin labelling on menus to create transparency for consumers  ABC Online3 days ago Barramundi should be protected under country of origin labelling: Xenophon  ABC Online3 days ago New recommendations made on seafood labelling  Fish Information & Services3 hours ago

A New Species of the World's Biggest Whale Has Been Discovered—and Theyre Small

Does the world's largest animal have a pint-size variety? Not exactly, but the population of blue whales living off Chile's southern coast could be a slightly smaller version of their Antarctic neighbors, and that has scientists thinking they may ...
 PR Web via Yahoo!2 days ago Reindeers are in trouble around the world  Washington Post4 hours ago Reindeer population are diminishing due to inbreeding and poaching  Washington Post4 hours ago Reindeer populations are on the decline worldwide  Sott.net3 days ago

Invasive species run amuck in China, need to be put under rule of law

Giant African snails happily munch on vegetables in south China, one bite from a red fire ant from Latin America causes humans to slip in to a coma and the ecosystem in northwest China is under threat from invasive trees from Central Asia. As China ...
 Want China Times2 days ago China Focus: China faces growing threats from invasive alien species days ago China faces growing threats from invasive alien species  East African Standard2 days ago

Canberra's Centenary Trail was referred to federal government for assessment

The original plans for Canberra's iconic Centenary Trail, designed to show off the ACT's wildlife, were referred to the federal government for assessment due to concerns over damage to the environment and endangered species. According to an ...
 Melbourne Age2 days ago
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