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5 July 2016

La pollution continue ses ravages : ces grenouilles présentent des mutations inquiétantes [SooCurious]

Des scientifiques ont fait une bien étrange découverte en Russie dans la ville de Krasnouralsk, ils ont trouvé une soixantaine de grenouilles mutantes dont la peau transparente laisse apercevoir les organes, le squelette, et même le coeur. Les chercheurs tentent de trouver les raisons exactes de cette mutation inquiétante.

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30 June 2016

Mountaineering ants use body heat to warm nests [Phys]

For their colonies to survive at high altitudes, army ants keep their underground nests as much as 13 degrees F warmer than surface temperatures, according to a new study by Drexel University scientists.

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30 June 2016

Forest degradation sharply undercuts benefit of Brazil Amazon conservation [Stockholm Environment Institute]

A new study finds that in the state of Pará alone, selective logging, road-building, fires and other disturbances have reduced biodiversity as much as clearing 92,000–139,000 km2 of pristine forest.

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30 June 2016

Mieux comprendre les maladies psychiatriques grâce à un poisson asocial [Sciences et Avenir - Animaux]

90 % des facteurs génétiques responsables de maladies psychiatriques humaines sont également présents chez le Tétra aveugle, un poisson aveugle et asocial vivant dans les grottes mexicaines.

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29 June 2016

Having your partner for dinner? Mantis cannibalism boosts fertility – study [The Guardian]

Death by cannibalism might seem like a high price to pay for a fleeting moment of passion, but male praying mantises are doing it for the kids, new research suggests.

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