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29 mai 2017

Scientists are accidentally helping poachers drive rare species to extinction [The Conversation]

"But after we published our data, the landowners with whom we worked began to find trespassers on their properties. The interlopers had scoured online wildlife atlases. As well as putting animals at risk, this undermines vital long-term relationships between researchers and landowners."

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26 mai 2017

See-through frog has heart you can see beating through its chest [New Scientist]

A newly discovered glass frog species whose beating heart is visible through its chest is already feared to be in danger, because its habitat is threatened by oil exploitation.

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26 mai 2017

Tree-climbing goats spit out and disperse valuable argan seeds [New Scientist]

In south-western Morocco, acrobatic goats climb argan trees to eat their fruit and leaves. A tree full of goats is a striking sight, but the goats’ widely overlooked habit of regurgitating and spitting out the nuts may be important to the life of these forests.

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26 mai 2017

5 mystères de l’hippocampe [Sciences et Avenir - Animaux]

Des chercheurs viennent de décoder le génome de ce curieux poisson. On en sait plus sur les particularités de son anatomie et de ses mœurs.

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26 mai 2017

Insectes : ils s’échangent beaucoup de séquences d’ADN entre eux [Science & Vie]

En réalisant une analyse génétique de 195 espèces de mouches, papillons et autres scarabées, des chercheurs français ont découvert qu’en moyenne, pas moins de 2% de leur génome leur vient d’une espèce étrangère !

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