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3 June 2016

De rares "dragons" sont nés dans une grotte de Slovénie [Sciences et Avenir - Animaux]

Une vingtaine d’oeufs de Protées anguillards, une espèce rarissime vivant dans des grottes du nord de l’Adriatique, ont commencé à éclore dans un aquarium en Slovénie le 1er juin 2016.

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2 June 2016

Les orques aussi ont de la culture ! [Sciences et Avenir - Animaux]

Suite à l’analyse génétique de différentes populations d’orques, des scientifiques ont émis l’hypothèse de l’influence des gènes sur l’établissement d’une véritable culture chez ces animaux.

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2 June 2016

Conservation: The seas cannot be saved on a budget of breadcrumbs [Nature]

The marine arm of UNESCO’s World Heritage Convention needs secure funding to realize its vast potential to protect the ocean, argues Fanny Douvere.

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2 June 2016

Plants remember stress to help protect themselves [Phys]

A new generation of plants better adapted to mitigate the effects of environmental change could be created following a fundamental step towards understanding how plants are able to retain a memory of stress exposure.

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2 June 2016

Male orb-weaving spiders cannibalized by females may be choosy about mating [Phys]

In a colonial orb-weaving spider, Cyrtophora citricola, females often eat the males after mating, but it is often the males that choose their mates, according a study published June 1, 2016 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Eric Yip from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel, and colleagues.

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