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13 January 2017

Silures géants : la fin d’un mythe [France 3 Midi-Pyrénées]

C’est l’intitulé d’une parution scientifique de l’Université Paul Sabatier de Toulouse, qui tend à démonter les idées reçues sur le plus gros poisson d’eau douce d’Europe. On lui prête des dimensions qui n’ont jamais existé.

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12 January 2017

Innovative measure enables identification of threats to biodiversity [British Ecological Society]

A new measurement system, Relative Impact Potential, allows rapid and accurate assessment of potential threats to biodiversity and ecosystem services from invasive alien species.

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12 January 2017

Genetic opposites attract when chimpanzees choose a mate [Phys]

A study appearing online Jan. 11 in the journal Royal Society Open Science reveals that chimps are more likely to reproduce with mates whose genetic makeup most differs from their own.

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12 January 2017

Crazy Ants Make the Right Moves [CNRS News]

A previously unidentified type of ant trail has recently come to light: the longhorn crazy ant’s unique scent marks that help crews of coworkers carry a bulky load across obstacle-strewn territory. A combined feat of collaboration, coordination… and chance.

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12 January 2017

Climate science: The resilience of Amazonian forests [Nature - News & Views]

Isotope evidence suggests that, during dry periods associated with the most recent ice age, the Amazonian forest survived in a region that is sensitive to rainfall changes — settling a debate about Amazonian aridity.

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