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Estación Biológica de Doñana
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Laboratory of Molecular Ecology
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Laboratory of Chemical Ecology
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Neanderthals captured cave birds at night for their own consumption
The use of torches and a good night vision facilitated the capture of choughs, birds that used caves to sleep and were difficult to see during the day. The study was conducted by the National...
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Western Mediterranean basin: an increasingly frequent nesting site for loggerhead turtles
A loggerhead turtle nesting was detected on the urban beach of Los Boliches in Fuengirola (Málaga, Spain). The hatchlings have been included in a head-starting program in the Center for the...
About Western Mediterranean basin: an increasingly frequent nesting site for loggerhead turtles
loggerhead sea turtle
Safeguarding European Wild Pollinators
? A team of researchers, NGOs, industry and policy experts from 25 institutions spread across 15 countries are joining forces to contribute to Europe’s capacity to reverse the losses of wild...
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Part of commercial bumblebees used to pollinate crops forage within a radius of less than 200 m from the greenhouses
Although no direct negative effects have been detected on native species – since most of them remain within áreas close to greenhouses and are not very abundant-, the scientific team warns...
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Climate models predict a severe range contraction and upward shift of suitable habitat for alpine birds
Alpine ecosystems are particularly vulnerable to climate change. For widely distributed alpine specialists, rear-edge populations are disproportionately important. The importance and effects of...
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