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Nikon Small World - Photomicrography Competition

Nikon Small World - Photomicrography Competition | Biology News | Scoop.it
Small World is regarded as the leading forum for showcasing the beauty and complexity of life as seen through the light microscope. (RT @djfryer: Biology up close and personal like you've never seen before.
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White Wolf: A Mini-Eden for Endangered Orangutans

White Wolf: A Mini-Eden for Endangered Orangutans | Biology News | Scoop.it
The survival of wolf populations by teaching about wolves, their relationship to wildlands.Find beautiful Videos creations, photographie,wolf wisdom,quotes,wolf poetry,native american legends.
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The biodiversity crisis: Worse than climate change

The biodiversity crisis: Worse than climate change | Biology News | Scoop.it
Biodiversity is declining rapidly throughout the world. The challenges of conserving the world's species are perhaps even larger than mitigating the negative effects of global climate change.
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Acting Like Animals: Wrong Way on a One Way… tortoise? - Daily ...

Acting Like Animals: Wrong Way on a One Way… tortoise? - Daily ... | Biology News | Scoop.it
cute animals - Acting Like Animals: Wrong Way on a One Way... tortoise?
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Critically endangered parrot on brink of extinction - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Critically endangered parrot on brink of extinction - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | Biology News | Scoop.it
The critically endangered orange-bellied parrot appears to be moving closer to extinction.
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Norway to bring cancer-gene tests to the clinic : Nature News & Comment

Norway to bring cancer-gene tests to the clinic : Nature News & Comment | Biology News | Scoop.it
A pilot programme will use latest tumour-sequencing techniques to help guide cancer care.
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Water shortage threatens wildlife in West Africa | Newstime Africa

Water shortage threatens wildlife in West Africa | Newstime Africa | Biology News | Scoop.it
People in nearly half of Burkina Faso's administrative districts could face food shortages this year, and the the country's environment ministry has also warned of disastrous consequences for wildlife.
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The Biggest Can Still Get Bigger - Global Animal

The Biggest Can Still Get Bigger - Global Animal | Biology News | Scoop.it
The Biggest Can Still Get BiggerGlobal Animal(ANIMAL SCIENCE) Being the largest mammal on the planet has its advantages and disadvantages, but what happens when you don't stop growing? The blue whale, scientists say, is doing just that.
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Sierra Club Canada calls for closed zones to foster cod recovery

Sierra Club Canada calls for closed zones to foster cod recovery | Biology News | Scoop.it
Examine a little historical Bay of Fundy Biology and find out how important the Bay was to cod and other ground...
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Stop Slaughter of Endangered Pink Dolphin In Amazon - ForceChange

Stop Slaughter of Endangered Pink Dolphin In Amazon - ForceChange | Biology News | Scoop.it
The Amazon River's pink dolphin has been endangered for years, yet fishermen continue to spear the dolphin to obtain its prized fin.
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Study finds southern Indian Ocean humpbacks ... - Biology News Net

Study finds southern Indian Ocean humpbacks ... - Biology News Net | Biology News | Scoop.it
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New Lizard Species Discovered in Peru

New Lizard Species Discovered in Peru | Biology News | Scoop.it
A team of biologists has discovered a new remarkable species of Andean semiaquatic lizard in southern Peru. (RT @LLLReptile: Things that are neat: New lizard species!
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Baby Gorilla Rescued From Black Market (VIDEO)

Baby Gorilla Rescued From Black Market (VIDEO) | Biology News | Scoop.it
(ANIMAL TRAFFICKING) AFRICA — A baby Grauer gorilla was safely rescued from illegal poachers last week in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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Video - Serbian zoo animals enjoy winter weather - The Age

Video - Serbian zoo animals enjoy winter weather - The Age | Biology News | Scoop.it
Serbian zoo animals enjoy winter weather - The Age: The AgeSerbian zoo animals enjoy winter weatherThe AgeAn unu...
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First 'Vampire' Bat Fly Fossil Discovered

First 'Vampire' Bat Fly Fossil Discovered | Biology News | Scoop.it
A rare fossil shows that bat flies have been parasitizing the winged mammals for at least 20 million years.
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Sturgeons going on endangered species list - Newsday

Sturgeons going on endangered species list - Newsday | Biology News | Scoop.it
NewsdaySturgeons going on endangered species listNewsdayClick here Sturgeons going on endangered species list Originally published: February 4, 2012 8:27 PM Updated: February 4, 2012 8:34 PM By TED PHILLIPS ted.phillips@newsday.com The Atlantic sturgeon...
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WWF - Update - The Story of Baim, a Rescued Baby Orangutan

WWF - Update - The Story of Baim, a Rescued Baby Orangutan | Biology News | Scoop.it
Read the story about a baby orangutan rescued on the island of Borneo.
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Human Waste-Powered Robots May Be Future of Machines

Human Waste-Powered Robots May Be Future of Machines | Biology News | Scoop.it
Today's robots that fly, jump or roll around must refuel or recharge as does any gadget that runs out of energy.
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ARKive blog - Endangered Species of the Week: Giant otter

ARKive blog - Endangered Species of the Week: Giant otter | Biology News | Scoop.it
Status: Endangered (EN). Interesting Fact: The giant otter is also known as the 'river wolf'. The giant otter is one of South America's top carnivores, and is the largest of the otter species.
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Re-creating Noah's Ark, with lizards, for science!

Re-creating Noah's Ark, with lizards, for science! | Biology News | Scoop.it
After a hurricane wiped out all the lizard species on certain islands in the Bahamas, scientists re-populated the small islands with two lizards of each kind. (Re-creating Noah's Ark, with lizards, for science!
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8 Wild Proposals to Relocate Endangered Species

8 Wild Proposals to Relocate Endangered Species | Biology News | Scoop.it
...(RT @EcoInteractive: 8 Wild Proposals to Relocate Endangered Species ~ http://t.co/Jn0a5N0H ~ We're skeptical, however interesting ideas to discuss.)...
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Maned Wolf Pups Born At Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (PHOTO) - Huffington Post

Maned Wolf Pups Born At Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (PHOTO) - Huffington Post | Biology News | Scoop.it
Maned Wolf Pups Born At Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute (PHOTO)Huffington PostThe litter of pups, born to an 8-year-old mother wolf named Salina and her 4-year-old mate Nopal, is the first at the Smithsonian Conservation Biology...
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Salk Institute - Press Releases - Discovery of extremely long-lived proteins may provide insight into cell aging and neurodegenerative diseases

Salk Institute - Press Releases - Discovery of extremely long-lived proteins may provide insight into cell aging and neurodegenerative diseases | Biology News | Scoop.it
The Salk Institute conducts its biological research under the guidance of 59 faculty investigators, employing a scientific staff of more than 850, including visiting scientists, postdoctoral fellows, and graduate students.
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