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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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Wetlands should be celebrated for multiple services they deliver which help keep our planet going. Continue reading to find out some astonishing facts about them.

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What consequences are there from fishing down the food web? When you remove smaller fish species, you destroy any hope for the recovery of predator species.

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Wildlife conservation often doesn’t get the resources, or attention that it deserves. This is especially true in India, where the government focuses on...

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Everyone knows that healthy ecosystems are beautiful ecosystems, and that they are essential for the future of life on earth, but what people don’t realise is that they can also have massive economic benefits to a country.

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Monoculture lawns are easily comparable to wastelands when it comes to biodiversity richness. It is the most life deprived part of a garden.

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With growing numbers of wildlife in urban areas, it is crucial to start learning about their behavior in such a different environment. How do species adapt to city life?

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What role do plankton play in the oxygen cycle? Phytoplankton can be thought of as the plants of the plankton world. Since they photosynthesise, they play a big role in the oxygen cycle.

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Sparrows have vanished so quietly that we haven't paid any attention to how this happened even though it suggests that something is wrong with the way we treat our environment...

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Biodiversity, even though it refers to the variety of plant and animal life in the world or in a particular habitat, is actually most relevant to humans. Each day we reap its many benefits.

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