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Latest News on Species
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Jul 17, 2019
Fossil found in 1980 in Texas has been identified as a new dinosaur speciesIt is been identified as a species of the duckbilled dinosaur because of its aquiline nose and shovel-shaped jaw
Jul 15, 2019
Researchers have found whole lizard in the stomach of a new dinosaur speciesThe lizard is likely a new species as well and has been named Indrasaurus after Lord Indra.
Jul 12, 2019
A chunk of skull found in Greece is the earliest sign of humans outside of AfricaIts est to be 210,000 years old and shows our species began leaving Africa earlier than we thought.
Jul 09, 2019
Climate change and deforestation is increasing the risk of extinction of wildlifeA tropical forest five times the size of England, some 600,000 square kilometres, has been destroyed since 2014.
May 30, 2019
Infertility in young women may have driven the Neanderthals to their extinctionFossils are scarce and the answer to why the women started having fewer babies is still up for debate.
May 17, 2019
Hermit crab ditches what's natural for unorthodox home — a plastic doll headIn a recent viral video, the hermit crab can be seen scurrying away with a doll face for its home.
May 06, 2019
New species captured on camera in deepest trench of Indian Ocean: ReportDivers accidentally find a new species of Sea Quirt in the Java Trench while diving to set a record.
May 06, 2019
We're in trouble: UN report claims species in Nature are being lost in the thousandsThe report reads like a charge sheet against the most destructive creatures in History: HUMANS
Apr 26, 2019
UN holds first global study of nature and human race: 100,000 species on path to extinctionWith many species on Earth dying, the UN has released a study that was three years in the making.
Apr 22, 2019
Earth Day 2019: We need to protect our species to prevent a global ecosystem collapseEvery species has a role to play in maintaining a balance in the natural world — relationships that are under threat today.