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The Tasmanian devil is one of the world’s most iconic species, but is threatened by a number of different threats which make its continued existence unclear.
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Here are some of the biggest surprises scientists have come across on the road to conservation of ecosystems.
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Why do we need national parks? The creation of National Parks worldwide is governed by three key concepts which can be summed up in a few simple terms...
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What are governments doing to protect biodiversity? Actions such as species conservation, re-introduction, and habitat restoration are just a...
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Genetic diversity of species is what enables us to survive and thrive in this world. It is a natural defence system against disease and...
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When most people think of endangered species, they think of animals like big cats, or elephants. However, there are also trees on the edge of extinction.
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Climate driven relocation of endangered species entails risks, but on the basis of the data we have today, it can be successful for some of them...
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Iconic species of Tasmania such as the tasmanian devil and the wombat are easily recognisable, but there are many other species living there which don’t receive receive the recognition they deserve.
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The expansion of urbanization has led to major declines in the populations of many unique species and the successive introduction of nonnative species. Why? Keep reading...
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Humans have a relatively long lifespan with a maximum age of around 110 years. However, there are many other animals which can live much, much longer than this.
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