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Helping prevent eco-interventions from backfiring
$1.2 million haven for threatened species
Little auks that lived in Pacific
With these neurons, extinguishing fear is its own reward
Local koala trees poisoned
Push for Senate to examine impact of fires on faunal extinction
Endangered frogs leap on a lifeline
Analyzing DNA in soil could be an effective way of tracking animals, Stanford researchers find
Plans to protect future of whitebaiting announced
Vikings erected a runestone out of fear of a climate catastrophe
Puerto Rico Air National Guard Airmen support fire response
Study: Human Management Helps Rare Plants, Butterflies Survive Hurricane
Bite marks in fossils reveal demise of our early relatives
Why Are Giant Pandas Born So Tiny?
Critically Endangered Grey Nurse Shark Habitat Protection Slashed
Worlds Largest Elephant Sculpture Is Giving Public Chance To Save Baby Elephants
Conservation groups call for Minister to act on endangered sharks following grave report
Experiments in evolution
Coromandel visit sparks dolphin excitement
‘Safety signals’ may help slow down anxiety
Plight of toroa/northern royal albatross goes global
North East Link approval highlights Victoria’s broken environmental laws
Flood of support for Top of South catchment
Sharing is caring – is nature coming up with clever solutions to big biological problems?
How biomarkers can record and reconstruct climate trends
National Park patties net $20k penalties
Search for Kangaroo River Perch
Double celebration for tara iti/fairy tern
Without ecologists at policy table, new nature laws could lead to extinctions
Shrewd savannah species choose friends with benefits on African plains
People and climate led to Aus megafauna extinction
Working together to identify, protect, manage and restore our indigenous biodiversity
A regal name for Perth Zoo’s new giraffe calf
Preventing a Silent Extinction
Plan of action to protect seabirds
Applying biodiversity conservation research in practice
Zoologists demand better action for 2019 “Bird of Year”
Pub talk will explore links between icefish and human aging
Nature strategy acknowledges scale of biodiversity crisis, but lacks detail on how to fix it
Leading conservation scientists call for reverse to biodiversity loss with ‘net positive’ goals
Immediate end to old growth logging a big win for people and wildlife
SBIR funds internationally marketable quality audit instrument
Presidential Proclamation on National American History and Founders Month, 2019
Coral study prompts rethink of classic scientific theory
Intact forest loss ‘six times worse’ for climate
First fairy tern egg of breeding season
Masks superheroes wear tell us a lot about ourselves
Parliament backs Greens inquiry into Victoria’s extinction crisis