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Tiny T-rex not a species but ‘teens’ who didn’t grow up

Tiny T-rex not a species but ‘teens’ who didn’t grow up

New York: Tyrannosaurus Rex (T. Rex), the legendary 40-foot-long predator with bone-crushing teeth inside a five-foot long head, had equa...Read More

Like other species, humans may go extinct!

Like other species, humans may go extinct!

Paris: Humanity is rapidly destroying the natural world upon which our prosperity — and ultimately our survival — depends, according to a...Read More

Invasive ants removed from Oz island

Invasive ants removed from Oz island

Canberra: Big-headed African ants, one of the world’s most invasive species, were eradicated from Lord Howe Island, a World Heritage Site...Read More

Melting Arctic sea ice may up whale predation

Melting Arctic sea ice may up whale predation

Los Angeles: Melting sea ice may shift migration routes of Arctic whale, which in turn may lead to increased predation of the species, a ...Read More

Earth may be home to one trillion species: study

Earth may be home to one trillion species: study

Washington: Nearly one trillion species could be living on Earth, yet 99.999 per cent of them remain undiscovered, according to the large...Read More

Smaller species may go extinct without fossil trace

Smaller species may go extinct without fossil trace

New York: Many of the species now perishing due to the ongoing sixth mass-extinction event — especially the smaller ones — may vanish wit...Read More

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Half of Amazonian trees at the brink of extinction

Washington DC : A new study has revealed that more than half of the 15,000 species of tree found in the Amazon rain forest are now on the...Read More

India’s first e-flora database

India’s first e-flora database

Kolkata : The Botanical Survey of India (BSI) has developed the first open-access online database of India’s floral diversity to document...Read More

‘Endangered’ seahorses could be extinct in next three decades

‘Endangered’ seahorses could be extinct in next three decades

London: Seahorses, which have existed for 13 million years, could be the creatures of the past in three decades unless a drastic action i...Read More

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