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17 March 2017

Ancestral Climates May Have Shaped Your Nose [The New York Times - Science]

A team led by scientists at Pennsylvania State University has found more evidence of the relationship between the noses we have now and the climates where our ancestors lived.

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17 March 2017

Chaque goutte de pluie disperse des milliers de bactéries du sol [Sciences et Avenir - Nature & environnement]

Une étude du MIT montre le rôle important de la pluie dans la dissémination des bactéries du sol. Ce phénomène pourrait avoir une influence importante sur la contamination des plantes, des animaux et bien sûr des hommes par des pathogènes.

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17 March 2017

Hawaiian biodiversity has been declining for millions of years [Phys]

Hawaii’s unique animal and plant diversity has been declining on all but the Big Island for millions of years, long before humans arrived, according to a new analysis of species diversity on the islands by University of California, Berkeley, evolutionary biologists.

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16 March 2017

U.S. Salamanders Threatened by Deadly Fungus [Scientific American]

The pathogen with a near 100 percent mortality rate could wipe out amphibian species already decimated by habitat loss.

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15 March 2017

L’ensemble des araignées consomme 400 millions de tonnes de proies par an [Sciences et Avenir - Animaux]

Selon des chercheurs européens, les araignées dévorent plusieurs centaines de millions de tonnes de proies par an.

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