Plantwatch: one of world’s rarest trees found near Welsh coast
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Plantwatch: one of world’s rarest trees found near Welsh coast

North Wales is home to one of the most rare trees in the world. Only 30 Menai whitebeams are left in the world. They all grow along a narrow strip of
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The amount of coastal water that can harbor harmful Vibrio bacteria has spiked 56%. One species is flesh-eating.

The habitat for Vibrio bacteria, which thrives in warm, brackish waters, is being impacted by rising sea temperatures. Since the 1980s, 56% of coasts
Australia's unusual western swamp turtle is an oddity under threat
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Australia's unusual western swamp turtle is an oddity under threat

An algae-covered western swamp turtle Gerald Kuchling The Australian western swamp turtle is one of many species that are unique in evolution and
Venomous viper species from the Tibetan plateau discovered in museum
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Venomous viper species from the Tibetan plateau discovered in museum

The Nujiang pit viper (Gloydius lipipengi), is a new species Shi and al. It is easy to imagine venomous snakes inhabiting deserts or rainforests. Two
Snakes started eating birds and mammals after dinosaurs went extinct
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Snakes started eating birds and mammals after dinosaurs went extinct

Shutterstock: A snake eating a bird After the mass extinction event that decimated non-bird dinosaurs in the early 20th century, the diets of snakes
How the Demise of Dinosaurs Led to the Rise of Snakes
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How the Demise of Dinosaurs Led to the Rise of Snakes

Snakes were happy to see the end of dinosaurs. New research shows that snake biodiversity started increasing after the CretaceousPaleogene mass
How to Turn Your Yard Into a Wildlife Oasis
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How to Turn Your Yard Into a Wildlife Oasis

Monarch butterflies are on the verge of disappearing. The decline of other insects is also evident. Birds are also in decline. Since the arrival of
Early modern human from Southeast Asia adapted to a rainforest environment
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Early modern human from Southeast Asia adapted to a rainforest environment

Fossil tooth from a sambar antelope, from which an enamel sample was taken to perform the zinc isotope analysis. This deer species is still present
Underwater gardens boost coral diversity to stave off 'biodiversity meltdown'
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Underwater gardens boost coral diversity to stave off 'biodiversity meltdown'

Coral Gardens in French Polynesia Credit: Georgia Tech The corals that make up tropical reefs around the world are essential ecosystem services.
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TikToker makes a meal out of her husband's lucky Asian arowana pet fish to teach him a lesson

A TikTok viral shows an Indonesian woman cooking expensive fish for her husband to protest his indifference. A wife's frustration: This video was