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Dingo a unique species, not a type of wild dog: Study
Kingston Whig-Standard

Australia's dingo is a unique species, study shows

Dingoes were introduced to Australia around 3,000 to 5,000 years ago, with genetic evidence suggesting they originated from East Asian domestic dogs. — AFP pic SYDNEY, April 1 — Australia's dingo is a unique species, not a kind of wild dog as ... Malay Mail, 2 weeks ago
Dingo a unique species, not a type of wild dog: Study Kingston Whig-Standard, 2 weeks ago
Australia’s dingo a unique species Asian Age, 1 week ago
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LIPI Builds Conservation Site for Nepenthes Plants

TEMPO.CO , Jakarta - The Nepenthes is a type of carnivore plants originated from Indonesia. Some species of Nephentes are currently endangered and has a limited distribution. The Indonesian Institute of Science (LIPI) has officially opened a ...
 Tempo.co3 days ago
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DNA testing confirms origin of certified products

Independent D NA analysis of products bearing the sustainability label from Friend of the Sea has confirmed the species tested match their respective labels. The analysis, conducted in March 2014 on samples of some products bearing the ...
 Global FoodMate1 week ago DNA testing confirms FoS origin  World Fishing1 week ago DNA testing confirms Friend of the Sea labelled products' origin  Fish Information & Services1 week ago IN BRIEF - DNA testing confirms Friend of the Sea labelled products\\' origin  Fish Information & Services1 week ago

Nerd Corps Sells Endangered Species Around the Globe

VANCOUVER: Nerd Corps Entertainment has placed the new original comedy series Endangered Species with broadcasters in Australia, Europe and Canada. ABC TV acquired the exclusive free-TV and non-exclusive streaming rights in Australia, while ...
 World Screen News1 week ago

Sam Clements: Reason, not religion, can save us

Religious occasions such as Easter are important but a belief in God won't address threats to our species Anzac Day has, arguably, become the most profoundly moving and spiritual of days for our nation. Photo / Alan Gibson The poignancy and ...
 New Zealand Herald5 hours ago
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EU approves alien species blacklist

The European Parliament has approved new legislation to stem the spread of invasive species such as "killer" shrimp or Japanese knotweed. There will be a ban on the possession, transport, selling or growing of species deemed as of "Union Concern".
 BBC13 hours ago Press release - Parliament backs EU-wide plans to stem the spread of invasive alien species  European Parliament16 hours ago EU to back alien species blacklist  BBC1 day ago Parliament backs EU-wide plans to stem the spread of invasive alien species  New Europe15 hours ago

Infant hair gives clues to life inside womb

Scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have for the first time used infant hair to examine the hormonal environment to which the foetus was exposed during development. Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison studied rhesus monkeys ...
 Business Standard India19 hours ago
Greenpeace USA

Squeezing hope out of the IPCC Fifth Assessment

This post originally appeared on the blog of Greenpeace USA. With every new IPCC assessment, we are told about the direness of climate change, about its pervasiveness, its human causes, its potential to wreak global havoc. And with every new ...
 Greenpeace USA1 day ago Council again fails to protect the magnificent Bering Sea canyons  Greenpeace USA2 days ago
Mother Jones

Why It's a Big Deal That Half of the Great Lakes Are Still Covered in Ice

This story originally appeared in The Atlantic Cities and is republished here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Over the winter, as polar vortices plunged the US Midwest into weeks of unceasing cold, the icy covers of the Great Lakes ...
 Mother Jones1 day ago This Is Your Wilderness On Drugs: The Environmental Reality Of Pot Farming  Huffington Post4 weeks ago
Salon

10 most endangered (and unique) birds on the planet

This article was originally published by Scientific American. The world's 100 most endangered and unique birds have been ranked in a newly published study, and the list includes a corpse-eater with legendary skills of decapitation, a shameless ...
 Salon1 day ago
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