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12 July 2018

Ancient DNA testing solves 100-year-old controversy in Southeast Asian prehistory [Phys]

Academics from around the world collaborated on new research just published in Science which found that neither theory is completely accurate. Their study discovered that present-day Southeast Asian populations derive ancestry from at least four ancient populations.

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6 July 2018

Australia’s reptiles threatened by invasive species, climate change – IUCN Red List [IUCN]

Gland, Switzerland, 5 July 2018 (IUCN) – Australia’s unique reptiles – including lizards and snakes – face severe threats from invasive species and climate change, with 7% of them threatened with extinction, reveals the latest update of The IUCN Red List of Threatened SpeciesTM, published today. The Mauritian Flying Fox, an important pollinator, is now listed as Endangered due to a culling campaign, today’s update also reveals. There is some good news after the rediscovery of four South American amphibian species previously thought to be extinct.

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6 July 2018

Model suggests sequestering CO2 in deep sea sediments might be viable option [Phys]

A pair of researchers at Peking University has found evidence that suggests liquid CO2 could be safely sequestered in deep sea sediments. In their paper posted on the open access site Science Advances, Yihua Teng and Dongxiao Zhang describe a model they built to mimic CO2 injections beneath the ocean floor and what it showed.

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6 July 2018

L’éprouvette, dernier espoir des rhinocéros blancs du Nord [Le Monde Afrique]

Pour tenter d’assurer la survie de cette sous-espèce de pachydermes, une équipe de chercheurs au Kenya ont fécondé en laboratoire des ovules avec une autre espèce.

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6 July 2018

Shrinking rivers affect fish populations [Phys]

New research from the University of Canterbury published today has found that a shrinking river is less able to support larger predatory fish, such as the highly-valued sports fish like brown trout or at-risk native fish like galaxiids and eels.

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