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A study led by the CSIC finds that the Egyptian vulture selects the areas with the highest density of individuals to reproduce for the first time
The data have been obtained from the long-term monitoring programs of six populations of Egyptian vultures (Neophron percnopterus) from Spain and France. The study makes it possible to advance in...
About A study led by the CSIC finds that the Egyptian vulture selects the areas with the highest density of individuals to reproduce for the first time
Human impact is changing the way biodiversity is organized
Zoogeographical regions, or zooregions, are areas of the Earth defined by species pools that reflect ecological, historical and evolutionary processes acting over millions of years. Consequently,...
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The six most important threats for petrels and shearwaters
Shearwaters and petrels are highly adapted seabirds that occur across all the world’s oceans. Petrels are a threatened seabird group comprising 120 species. They have bet-hedging life histories...
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Cities may save some threatened species but not their ecological functions
Urbanization is one of the main causes of biodiversity loss worldwide. Wildlife responses to urbanization, however, are greatly variable and, paradoxically, some threatened species may achieve much...
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The spatial distribution of an insular cliff-nesting raptor community
The specific spatial distribution and habitat association are major issues in ecology and conservation. Nesting sites of five cliff-nesting raptors (Egyptian vulture [a locally extinct species],...
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