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|NASA spies on penguin hotspots|
Satellite studies have revealed that scattered patches of ice-free sea off the Antarctic coast generate much of the food source on which penguins ultimately rely for survival.
|National parks have "Achilles' heel" study|
National parks may not protect vulnerable plants and animals in the future as climate change triggers a massive geographic reshuffle that ignores park boundaries.
|Nature reserve spells danger for pandas|
New research has found that a nature reserve can be a more dangerous place for pandas than nearby 'unprotected' areas.
|New gecko already under threat|
PhD student Conrad Hoskin from the University of Queensland in Brisbane who found the Gulbaru gecko (Phyllurus gulbaru) has just described the new species in the Australian Journal of Zoology.
|New reef plan not enough, say critics|
Conservationists have warned that a new Australian government plan to protect the Great Barrier Reef is not enough to secure the reef's future.
|New Whale Species Announced by Japanese Scientists|
The number of rorqual whale species swimming in the world's oceans has jumped to eight from six, according to new research by a team of Japanese scientists published in tomorrow's issue of the science journal Nature. The research shows that rorquals commonly referred to as Bryde's whales actually represent three distinct species.
|Night-farting fish puzzle researchers|
Herring fish have a secret nocturnal habit of squeezing gas bubbles out of their anal pores, producing distinctive noises like someone blowing raspberries, a quirky new study by Canadian and U.K. researchers has revealed.
|No pets allowed at public parks in Bangkok|
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has issued a new regulation, banning pets from all public parks in the city