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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
 
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