extinct species

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The 400-year old research facility includes seven different departments, all within the Natural History Museum compound, with
Science
Here's how it happened.
Environment
From desertification to eroding shores, climate change has intensified resource scarcity, poverty and hunger. Vast new waves of migration may have a political ignition, but the fuel is climate change, from Africa to Asia. Somehow, even Syria's conflict can be attributed to the spark of longer-term drought.
Science
New research suggests that 130,000 species are gone forever.
Environment
"Our analysis emphasizes that our global society has started to destroy species of other organisms at an accelerating rate
Environment
Brown said Kester Yu, a student on the expedition, found the Malatgan River caecilia and jokingly announced it was just a
Culture & Arts
Arianna Papini uses whimsical drawings to tell the stories of twenty extinct animals, from their origins to their disappearances.
Science
The world these animals lived in was still recovering from the mass extinction at the end of the Permian era that wiped out
Wellness
The essence of these verses is as relevant today as it has ever been. Do our choices enhance life for all of us? It seems to me the wisdom lies in letting the extinct stay extinct.
Science
About 5 million years ago, sea levels were 296 feet (90 m) higher than today, and the low-lying South Africa became a patchwork
Science
The jaw sports pointy, sharp teeth and molars in a proportion similar to that found in modern mammals, said paleontologist
Science
Scientists suspected previously that such volcanic activity and the resultant climate change were responsible for this major
Environment
You might think that we could have found all of the plants by now. They don't evade capture or bite you when you catch them. Unlike microbes, they aren't invisible without a lens. Yet, more than 150 new plant species were published in academic journals in 2012.
Science
The big bone was first discovered along with two badly eroded vertebrae near Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary about
Green
As I navigate more than 500 events taking place these first two weeks in September at the World Conservation Congress in Jeju, Republic of Korea, a passenger pigeon named Martha who died nearly 100 years ago in Ohio is on my mind.
Environment
"Now that we know where the extinction debt is likely to be, we can go to the ground to restore habitat and take remedial
Science
As the only clear source of Tarbosaurus fossils, the Nemegt Formation has been generous. The strangeness doesn't stop there