How living with predators could help native species survive

When we release a group of endangered animals into the wild, we always hope they will survive. They usually don't. We find bilby carcasses under bushes, bettongs ripped apart by feral cats, and tufts of rock wallaby fur in ...

Sharks in Costa Brava: evidence of an ongoing decline

Some shark species, such as the basing shark and the spiny dogfish, are in populational decline in the Costa Brava, and even blackspotted smooth-hounds can have disappeared due to the fishing pressure of this marine region ...

New horsefly species found in the fauna of Finland

Last week, a group of researchers from the University of Eastern Finland, the Finnish Museum of Natural History and the Zoological Museum of the University of Turku discovered a horsefly species that hasn't been recorded ...

CSIRO identifies plants most at risk after Black Summer megafires

Australia's 2019-2020 Black Summer bushfires severely impacted hundreds of plant species. While the prospects of recovery for most appear to be good, some species remain vulnerable, according to research published by Australia's ...

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