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How a plant spreads its seeds - and how far - are key to its survival. Some species rely on wind or water to disperse their seeds,… Read more...
92 international researchers from the fields of ecology, botany and anthropology told the conference being attended by 5,000 delegates from 190 countries. They noted the… Read more...
A scientific team, consisting of members of the Gibbon Conservation Alliance basedat Zurich University and the Kunming Institute of Zoology, as well as staff membersof… Read more...
The Kagwene Gorilla Sanctuary — created by Prime Minister Ephraim Inoni's decree — covers 19.5 sq km in a mountainous region of Cameroon. WCS estimates… Read more...
 Addressing the first International Palm Oil Sustainability Conference in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia, Princeton biologist Dr. David S. Wilcove said that the palm oil industry is… Read more...
"The Forest department has written a letter to the Union Environment Ministry seeking an end to the ban of over two decades on export of… Read more...
"Great apes are facing significant challenges to their continued existence, and the Service is committed to aiding their conservation," said Service Director H. Dale Hall.… Read more...
The topics to be discussed in nine plenary sessions complement Great Ape Trust’s cognitive and behavioral research with nonhuman primates to better understand how a… Read more...
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