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28 October 2016

Mutant plants reveal temperature sensor [Phys]

As we push the limits of agriculture to feed more people in a warmer world, we do not understand how plants sense temperature.
In a surprising turn of events scientists have just learned that plant light sensors also respond to temperature.

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28 October 2016

Fish Turn on Genes to Adapt to Climate Change [Scientific American]

Skate fish off Canadian coast use epigenetics to survive in warmer water

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27 October 2016

Découverte d’un nouveau mille-pattes à 4 pénis et 414 pattes [Futura-sciences]

414 pattes, 200 glandes sécrétant du poison et 4 pénis ! Voici les attributs d’Illacme tobini, un mille-pattes découvert dans une caverne du sud de la Sierra Nevada, aux États-Unis.

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27 October 2016

Freshwater species populations fall by 81% between 1970 and 2012 [The Freshwater blog]

Freshwater species populations dropped by 81% globally between 1970 and 2012, according to a new World Wildlife Fund report released today. According to the Living Planet Report 2016, this freshwater species decline is more than double that observed in land (38%) and marine (36%) populations, and population declines are predicted to continue in years to come.

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27 October 2016

Frog goes extinct, media yawns [The Guardian]

Is the loss of a unique life form on Earth big news? Not according to most media outlets. But how can the public care about global mass extinction if they aren’t even told about its victims?

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