Articles tagged with ‘conservation’

First Prize - The White-lipped frog
16 May 2013
The top 3 prize winners of the Bornean Frog Race were given to photos of the White-lipped frog, the Bornean Horned Frog and the Spotted Stream Frog.
6 September 2012
Jeju Island, Republic of Korea, 6 September 2012 (IUCN) – The IUCN World Conservation Congress, the world’s largest and most important conservation event, begins today on Jeju Island, South Korea. More than 8,000 people from more than 170 countries are in Jeju...
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6 September 2012
Genetic studies of Myotis muricola, otherwise known as the Wall-roosting Mouse-eared bat or Nepalese Whiskered Myotis , suggest that it consists of not one, but two distinct species.
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The Little bronze cuckoo is a common species found in mangroves
9 July 2012
A researcher from Universiti Malaysia Sarawak (UNIMAS) studies the diversity and structure of bird communities in the mangrove forests of Northern Australia in order to identify suitable conservation strategies.
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29 June 2012
The 2012 G20 Seoul Summit has addressed a number of global challenges. Among them, energy and climate change issues brought about one of the most heated discussions. It has indicated how dangerous the situation is for the current generation in terms of...
Irrawaddy dolphin
14 June 2012
Researchers have found that the distribution patterns of Irrawaddy dolphins (Orcaella brevirostris) indicate a worrying outlook for their future.
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