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20 juin 2017

Birds of all feathers work together to hunt when army ants march [Phys]

Army ants scare up a lot of food when they’re on the move, which makes following them valuable for predator birds. But instead of competing and chasing each other off from the ant "raids," as scientists had thought, birds actually give each other a heads up when the ants are marching, according to a new Drexel University study.

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20 juin 2017

Snake fungal disease identified in wild British snakes for first time [ARC]

Europe’s wild snakes could face a growing threat from a fungal skin disease that has contributed to wild snake deaths in North America, according to an international collaborative study, led by conservation charity ZSL (Zoological Society of London) alongside partners including the U.S. Geological Survey. The new study is published in the journal Scientific Reports.

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19 juin 2017

Avec l’âge, les biches se rendent invisibles aux yeux des chasseurs [Sciences & Avenir - Animaux]

Selon une étude publiée dans PlosOne, les biches élaphes (Cervus elaphus) acquièrent une certaine expérience avec l’âge qui leur permet d’éviter efficacement les chasseurs.

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19 juin 2017

The latest threat to Antarctica : an insect and plant invasion [The Guardian]

Rise in tourism and warmer climate bring house flies – and the growth of mosses in which they can live.

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17 juin 2017

Could our caffeine habit cause aquatic stress ? [The Freshwater Blog]

A cup (or two) of coffee is a regular start to the day for many people. However, new research from the USA suggests that America’s caffeine habit may be contributing new stresses to the country’s aquatic ecosystems.

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