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17 May 2018

Wallace’s enigma: how the island of Sulawesi continues to captivate biologists [The Guardian]

After 150 years, biologists are untangling the history of the Indonesian island’s unusual fauna.

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17 May 2018

Ecologists expose bias in forest restoration studies [Phys]

When embarking on a reforestation project, is it better to let an area regenerate on its own, or take active steps like planting trees? Recent high-profile research has suggested that natural regeneration is more effective. However, UMBC’s Matthew Fagan and colleagues have just published their own research in Science Advances suggesting those studies were biased, and advocating for a more nuanced approach to forest restoration.

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17 May 2018

Lizards keep evolving toxic green blood and we don’t know why [New Scientist]

A few lizards have a strange secret: they have lime-green blood pumping through their arteries. This green blood makes their muscles, bones, tongues and the insides of their mouths green. And it seems this bright green blood is so advantageous, it has evolved at least four times.

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17 May 2018

Willow flycatchers, already an endangered species, also imperiled by climate change [Phys]

In the new paper, researchers from UCLA and partner organizations used genetics to produce a clearer picture of where the birds spend their summers and winters, their migration routes, and the threats they face.

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17 May 2018

Worm-eating mountain mice showcase evolution in action [Nature]

A tropical island populated by worm-eating mice is the smallest such enclave yet known where one mammal has evolved into several species.

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