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Bumblebee Species May Soon Join the Endangered List

Sci-Tech Today
The research adds to a growing body of research investigating how tidal forces can affect the earth's movement. Tidal forces -- which besides the oceans also affect solid rock -- are also believed to be related to small tremors deep underground along ...

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South Africa: 'Saving endangered species is the responsibility of everyone'

The Guardian
Progress is being made here and there, but the battle to save the largest animals on the Earth is far from being won. Read more. South Africa is a founding member of Cites, first adopted in 1973. Today, 183 parties are signatories to the treaty, which ...



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How outdated scientific names could help Chinese poachers kill with impunity

Earth Touch
What happens when wildlife protection laws don't keep pace with science? You can end up in a bizarre situation where an endangered species ceases to have any legal protection, thanks to an update to its scientific name. This is an unintended ...

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Hundreds at funeral for Ohio boy, 13, fatally shot by police

WHIO
At least twice, the winner has had no gender: “The Computer” (1982) and “The Endangered Earth” (1988, but it should have been “Life on Earth” since the planet will go on with or without us). Why haven't more women won the coveted cover prize? Do women ...


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