mammals

Viruses play a critical role in the survival of species: Study

Viruses play a critical role in the survival of species: Study

Tokyo: As the world scrambles to control the growing Covid-19 pandemic, a new study shows viruses also play a key evolutionary role in ma...Read More

Now, Maharashtra government plans geo-tagging locations where rare marine folks are found

Now, Maharashtra government plans geo-tagging locations where rare marine folks are found

Plans to develop locales frequented by dolphins, protected mammals and fish into eco-tourism sites

Mumbai: Fishermen net reward for saving endangered mammals

Mumbai: Fishermen net reward for saving endangered mammals

Neenu Somaraj, Joint Director, Maharashtra Forest & Marine Biodiversity confirmed the details to the Free Press Journal.

Global vertebrate population declined 60% since 1970

Global vertebrate population declined 60% since 1970

Bern: The global populations of vertebrates — mammals, birds, fish, amphibians and reptiles — have declined by 60 per cent since 1970, ac...Read More

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Global warming: Mammals to shrink?

More than 50 million years ago, when the Earth experienced a series of extreme global warming events, early mammals responded by shrinkin...Read More

Viruses may have been major driver of human evolution: study

Viruses may have been major driver of human evolution: study

Washington: Viruses may have played a significant role in human evolution, rather than just giving us infections and diseases, a new stud...Read More

Genetic switch linked to increased lifespan identified

Genetic switch linked to increased lifespan identified

New York: Newly discovered genetic switches that increase lifespan and boost fitness in worms are also linked to increased lifespan in ma...Read More

Dinosaurs in decline long before asteroid impact

Dinosaurs in decline long before asteroid impact

London: Dinosaurs were already in a decline millions of years before the asteroid impact that finally caused their extinction, a new rese...Read More

Inactivating certain protein coding gene promotes liver tissue regeneration

Inactivating certain protein coding gene promotes liver tissue regeneration

Washington D.C: A recent study says that inactivating a certain protein-coding gene promotes liver tissue regeneration in mammals.

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