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28 September 2017

‘Invasive’ snake is really a new species and should be protected [New Scientist]

On an island off the coast of West Africa lives a deadly snake. Pictured above, it was thought to be an introduced species and plans were afoot to wipe it out. Now it turns out to be a species unique to the island, one that should be conserved.

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27 September 2017

How did dinosaurs evolve beaks and become birds? Scientists think they have the answer [Phys]

Once you know that many dinosaurs had feathers, it seems much more obvious that they probably evolved into birds. But there’s still a big question. How did a set of dinosaurian jaws with abundant teeth (think T. rex) turn into the toothless jaws of modern birds, covered by a beak? Two things had to happen in this transition, suppression of the teeth and growth of the beak. Now new fossil evidence has shown how it happened.

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27 September 2017

Ecology: A global plan for nature conservation [Nature - News & Views]

An international movement is calling for at least half of the Earth to be allocated for conservation. A global study now reveals that, in many ecoregions, enough habitat exists to reach this goal, and ideas are proposed for the next steps needed.

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27 September 2017

Voyage ornithologique au Sri Lanka [Ornithomedia]

Plusieurs observateurs australiens ont séjourné dans le sud-ouest de cette île et ils ont observé toutes les espèces d’oiseaux endémiques.

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27 September 2017

Climate change made Lucifer heatwave far more likely, scientists find [The Guardian]

Without action to tackle global warming, deadly summer temperatures of 40C in Europe could be normal by 2050.

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