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Poachers threaten the Amazon
From parrots to turtles: the species coveted by poachers
Global warming jeopardizes the survival of penguins
The Emperor Penguin has a fate that depends on only one factor: ice
Not only predator: herbivores at risk
According to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, about one in four species is considered endangered or at least vulnerable
The Amazon rainforest still burns
Fires in the Brazilian Amazon rainforest increased by 28% compared to the same month last year
According to climatologists, lockdowns didn't help the climate too much
In fact, a study would suggest that the impact of lockdowns on climate is entirely negligible
Water-powered motorcycle: Yamaha's green revolution
XT 500 H2O Concept by Maxime Lefebvre could be the green turning point of the future
The Panda increases its numbers but ...
In Chinese reserves, pandas have increased thanks to the protection of bamboo forests, but leopards, wolves, snow leopards and cubs have decreased
The virtual super-hub that studies the DNA of tumors
Molecular Tumor Board Portal of Cancer Core Europe is the new project to study the DNA of tumors
A microcomputer to save from heart failure
The device will be implanted between the two heart chambers and will record heart failure by communicating the data wirelessly to the doctor
Do sufferers expose others to depression?
According to the University of Binghamton University of Binghamton, sufferers exposes others to depression through empathy
Arctic in the Oven: Milne Ice Shelf has collapsed
Milne Ice Shelf was Canada's last intact ice shelf until the end of July but collapsed with scorching temperatures
Tons of fuel at sea in the Mauritius
Environmental disaster in Mauritius: yet another of a nightmare year
The gap between rich and poor already existed more than 6000 years ago
A team of scientists found that economic inequalities already existed thousands of years ago
Is the universe younger or older than expected?
According to a new study, the universe may be no more than 12.5 billion years old
Are Babylonians the oldest recipes in the world?
A Babylonian stew and stew, reported on a stele, would be the oldest recipes in the world
The risk for the reef sharks
The increase in temperature brings new problems for the inhabitants of the Reef, especially the gray sharks
It's August but it looks like Winter in the Italian Alps
The snow has whitened the Stelvio Pass, one of the most incredible natural places in the Italian Alps. But it is only August, while in winter the snow was latent ...
In Greece the Acropolis of the Sea
In Greece the site with a ship of the V century BC. C with thousands of amphorae, can be made accessible to the crowd
A mathematician had predicted the American riots
Peter Turchin had calculated the risk of social tensions, which would recur every 50 years already eight years ago
Could the tunnels on Mars house human bases?
They are up to 40 kilometers long discovered by an Italian research
Chinese swordfish has also become extinct
After the smooth handfish, Chinese swordfish has also gone
J35, the killer whale who kept her calf afloat for 17 days, is pregnant again
Tahlequah is part of the Southern Resident whales that live in the Puget Sound region of the Pacific Northwest of the United States
How artificial intelligence learned to distinguish birds
AI manages to distinguish specimens of a species with an accuracy of 90%
NASA launches Perseverance to Mars!
NASA's Mars 2020 mission started from Cape Canaveral in Florida
The smooth handfish has gone extinct
The cause, perhaps, is in the fishing for oysters and scallops
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