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27 September 2017

Climate change made Lucifer heatwave far more likely, scientists find [The Guardian]

Without action to tackle global warming, deadly summer temperatures of 40C in Europe could be normal by 2050.

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27 September 2017

Descendons-nous du chimpanzé ? : la biologie évolutive et ses idées reçues [The Conversation]

« Rien en biologie n’a de sens, si ce n’est à la lumière de l’évolution » disait le biologiste Theodosius Dobjansky. Malgré l’importance qu’occupe l’évolution en sciences, celle-ci demeure l’une des théories scientifiques les plus incomprises.

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27 September 2017

Comment le beau ragondin est devenu un ravageur des zones humides [Reporterre]

Petit mammifère de la famille des castors et originaire d’Amérique latine, le ragondin s’est installé partout en France. Au point d’appauvrir l’environnement et de répandre une maladie, la leptospirose. Mais faute d’assez de prédateurs, il est difficile de rétablir l’équilibre écologique.

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26 September 2017

Panda habitat shrinking, becoming more fragmented [Phys]

The study, published Sept. 25 in the peer-reviewed journal Nature Ecology and Evolution, used geospatial technologies and remote sensing data to map recent land-use changes and the development of roads within the panda’s habitat.

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22 September 2017

Meet ‘Jaws’, the South American horned frog with a big bite [The Conversation]

South American horned frogs (Ceratophrys) can capture and swallow whole animals up to their own body size, including other frogs, lizards, snakes and rodents. This is possible because they have jaws that can produce an extremely forceful bite.

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