Biodiversity

The Tasmanian devil has been listed as endangered by the IUCN Red List. Here are the four main reasons why this iconic species is threatened with extinction.

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A strong and resilient creature, the sea turtle will swim thousands of miles during its lifetime...And yet endangered sea turtles are headed toward extinction.

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The most important aspect for the successful sustainable management of grasslands is the management of water resources...so that they can host grazing species.

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Fig trees are considered a keystone food resource because they are key to supporting the ecosystem. Ironically, the most important function keystone food resources have...

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Let’s have a look at some of the best campaigns that organisations have put together to save vanishing species!

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These success stories of when people have worked together to recover endangered species from the brink of extinction show that we can make a difference.

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As rubber has gained in popularity and demand, areas where the rubber trees grow have come under extreme pressure. Given how catastrophic the consequences are...

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The species is nearing extinction. The pangolin trade is believed to account for twenty percent of all illegal wildlife trade. Restrictions have been placed on...

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Until the completion of recent research, we didn’t know much about how deep-water corals survive and why they glow. As it turns out, the two things are related.

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With our agriculture occupying almost half of the Earth’s land mass, it is clear that it has a critical impact on biodiversity. Reasons why agricultural biodiversity matters are...

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