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9 février 2017

Giant catfish clocks longest ever freshwater migration [Mongabay]

An Amazonian catfish — the dorado catfish — makes the world’s longest known freshwater migration, a new study has confirmed.

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8 février 2017

Arctic 2.0 : What happens after all the ice goes ? [Nature - News Feature]

Researchers look into the future of the far North for clues to save species and maybe even bring back sea ice.

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8 février 2017

Bees give up searching for food when humans degrade their land [Phys]

A new study into honey bees has revealed the significant effect human impact has on a bee’s metabolism, and ultimately its survival.

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8 février 2017

Kirghizistan : un sanctuaire pour sauver le léopard des neiges [National Geographic]

Le président du Kirghizistan prend des mesures audacieuses pour protéger une population de félins originaires d’Asie centrale, longtemps considérés comme sacrés par les habitants de la région.

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8 février 2017

New species of dwarf lemur discovered in Madagascar [Mongabay]

In the forests of northern Madagascar, scientists have discovered a new species of dwarf lemur. The newly described Ankarana or Sheth’s dwarf lemur is tiny, weighing just over 100 grams. Its body is only about 16 to 17 centimeters long, with an additional 16 centimeters long tail, making it one of the smallest lemurs in its genus Cheirogaleus.

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