New method of estimating biodiversity based on tree cover
Researchers at Stanford, through extensive observations, mapping and analysis, have now generated a method of estimating biodiversity based on tree cover. The results can be used by policymakers to help protect biodiversity and endangered species.
Chef thinks breeding & killing endangered animals is the only way to save them
He's not worried about the domestic pigs never gracing this good Earth, but is definitely concerned he won't be able to profit off of hipster foodies if they die out before their popularity is realized. By his logic, we'd have no endangered species at ...
The giant albatross endangered by monster mice
He's on a mission to undo the havoc wrought by man on some of Earth's most precious environments. It's about to reach a climax with the mice on Gough. Islands are nature's test-tubes. Self-contained, their flora and fauna adapt rapidly and with ...
Amur leopards | WWF
Not many people ever see an Amur leopard in the wild. Not surprising, as there are so few, but a shame considering how beautiful they are. Thick, luscious ...