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30 March 2018

Pourquoi les pesticides sont bien l’une des causes du déclin des oiseaux [Le Monde - Les décodeurs]

Plusieurs publications récentes ont relativisé la responsabilité des pesticides. Quitte à s’arranger grandement avec les faits.

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30 March 2018

New frog species found in Venezuela and Colombia [Phys]

Venezuelan and Colombian scientists have identified a new species of frog in the Perija mountain range shared by both countries that is home to unusual species like this small amphibian.

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30 March 2018

Syncing our brain activity may help us interact with each other [New Scientist]

It’s said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. Monkeys synchronise their brain activity during social interactions, possibly helping them to learn from each other. Understanding how this might work in humans could help groups of people work together more efficiently.

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30 March 2018

Découverte des plus anciennes traces de pas humains d’Amérique du Nord [Sciences et Avenir - Anthropologie]

De nouvelles preuves de l’existence humaine en Amérique du Nord à l’ère glaciaire, il y a 13 000 ans, ont été découvertes sur une île du Canada.

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30 March 2018

Tadpoles Keep Eating Because They Don’t Feel Full [The Scientist]

Baby frogs don’t develop the neural circuitry responsible for feeding inhibition until they begin metamorphosing into adults.

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