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Researchers confirm the tendency of vertebrates to dwarfism and gigantism in islands
An international study led by a researcher from Doñana Biological Station (EBD-CSIC) revisits the island rule in vertebrates and confirms the tendency of small-sized and large-sized species towards...
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Mapping the footprints of habitat destruction and overexploitation over time
Habitat destruction and overexploitation are the main threats to biodiversity and where they co?occur, their combined impact is often larger than their individual one. Yet, detailed knowledge of...
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Recent shift in the pigmentation phenotype of a wild Neotropical primate
The colors of primates are among the most diverse phenotypes in mammals. These colors are mostly produced by the deposition of melanin pigments in hairs. Many species show considerable variability...
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Wildlife-vehicle collisions in Lanzarote Biosphere Reserve
The Canary Islands are an important tourist destination due to their unique climate and rich scenery and biodiversity. During the last few decades, there has been significant development of urban...
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