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19 March 2016

Aux Galápagos, les Mouettes obscures volent les frégates voleuses [Ornithomedia]

Des biologistes ont observé sur l’île de Genovesa un comportement opportuniste particulier de cette mouette endémique.

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18 March 2016

The Global Solution to Extinction [The New York Times]

DURING the summer of 1940, I was an 11-year-old living with my family in a low-income apartment in Washington, D.C. We were within easy walking distance of the National Zoo and an adjacent strip of woodland in Rock Creek Park. I lived most of my days there, visiting exotic animals and collecting butterflies and other insects with a net that I had fashioned from a broom handle, coat hanger and cheesecloth. I read nature books, field guides and past volumes of National Geographic. I had already conceived then of a world of life awaiting me, bottomless in variety.

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18 March 2016

Sci-Hub, le site qui pirate des articles de recherche scientifique, est de retour [Le Monde]

C’est l’éternel jeu du chat et de la souris : un site donne accès à du contenu piraté, est poursuivi en justice, fermé par les autorités, puis ouvre à nouveau sous un autre nom de domaine… avant d’être à nouveau poursuivi. Le site qui a cette fois réapparu, après avoir été fermé, ne pirate ni musique ni films, mais des articles de recherche scientifique.

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18 March 2016

Ces grenouilles retrouvent leurs oeufs grâce à un vrai GPS biologique [Sciences et Avenir - Animaux]

Pour retrouver sa progéniture, une espèce d’amphibien a développé une carte mentale digne de rivaliser... avec le GPS.

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18 March 2016

NEW : NATURE Ecology & Evolution

Nature Ecology & Evolution will be open for submissions in April 2016

Nature Ecology & Evolution is a new online-only journal, publishing monthly from January 2017.
We are interested in the best research from across the fields of ecology and evolutionary biology, with our broad scope ensuring that work published reaches the widest possible audience of scientists. We will also publish News & Views, Reviews, Comments, Features and a range of other content, that elaborate on significant advances and debates in the field and cover topical issues and societal implications.(...)

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