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18 September 2017

Le déclin des oiseaux champêtres [Radio-Canada]

Depuis une quarantaine d’années, les populations d’oiseaux chutent au pays. Les oiseaux des champs sont les plus touchés, avec une diminution de 61 %. Un déclin causé notamment par l’intensification de l’agriculture. Mais les agriculteurs peuvent y remédier en changeant certaines pratiques.

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18 September 2017

There are hardly any old fish left in the ocean – and that’s bad [New Scientist]

There are not just fewer fish in the sea: there are disproportionately fewer old fish. A study of fisheries in the seas around the US and Europe has found that their populations of ageing fish have been reduced by an average of 72 per cent.

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15 September 2017

Giraffes could have evolved long necks to keep cool [Nature]

Another explanation offered for one of animal kingdom’s most distinctive features.

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15 September 2017

Ancient amphibian had mouthful of teeth [Phys]

In research published online in a recent issue of PeerJ, an open access journal, Professor Robert Reisz, Distinguished Professor of Paleontology at UTM, explains that the presence of such an extensive field of teeth provides clues to how the intriguing feeding mechanism seen in modern amphibians was also likely used by their ancient ancestors.

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15 September 2017

Pour échapper aux braconniers, les éléphants marchent la nuit et se cachent le jour [Le Monde - Afrique]

Une étude menée au Kenya révèle que les pachydermes, animaux normalement diurnes, adaptent leur comportement en fonction de la menace humaine.

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