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1. Viktig?Fredag 14. aug. 2020 kl. 17:11
Rare plant may prevent the first lithium quarry in the US from opening
Tiehm’s buckwheat is an extremely rare plant that thrives in soil containing lithium and boron. Both elements are vital for renewable energy technologies, but mining for them will destroy most of the plant's habitat
iew to decide whether to list the plant under the US Endangered Species Act. The listing would spell the end for the quarry as currently planned. Most lithium is mined
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2. Viktig?Torsdag 13. aug. 2020 kl. 21:00
Earliest known beds are 227,000-year-old piles of grass and ash
Grass bedding in South Africa’s Border cave dates back 227,000 years, and was put on top of ash to help keep biting insects away
the oldest discovery of its kind. “That’s quite close to the origin of our species,” says Lyn Wadley at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Afr
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3. Viktig?Onsdag 12. aug. 2020 kl. 21:00
Male Brazilian frog stays loyal to two females during breeding season
The males of a Brazilian frog species are the first amphibians known to stay faithful to two females throughout their breeding season, replicating a style of mating seen in mammals
ogs mate with the same two females throughout the breeding seasonFábio de SáA species of frog native to the Brazilian Atlantic rainforest is the first amphibian found
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4. Viktig?Onsdag 12. aug. 2020 kl. 18:00
A chemical that encourages locusts to swarm could also help stop them
A pheromone released by migratory locusts seems to encourage them to swarm, so placing it on sticky traps that attract the insects could stop them from devastating crops
have now identified an airborne chemical called a pheromone that encourages one species of locust to swarm. This could lead to new control methods. Advertisement The r
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5. Viktig?Onsdag 12. aug. 2020 kl. 05:04
Skogflåtten kan suge blod av mange ulike dyr
Skogflåtten har en komplisert livssyklus med fire ulike stadier: egg, larve, nymfe og voksen flått.F...
te? The small mammal part of the Lyme disease transmission cycle in two ecosystems in northern Europe. Oecologia, 2019. Sammendrag.Atle Mysterud mfl.: Contrasting emer
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6. Viktig?Onsdag 12. aug. 2020 kl. 02:01
Grey reef sharks hang out with the same friends year after year
A four-year study at a Pacific atoll revealed that grey reef sharks keep company with the same individuals, but how they recognise other group members is a mystery
s are unusual among sharks in being social animals. Other species such as the great hammerhead spend most of their time alone. Journal reference: Proceedings of the Ro
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7. Viktig?Torsdag 06. aug. 2020 kl. 18:00
Bizarre fossil with an incredibly long neck was a marine hunter
Tanystropheus had a neck three times the length of its body, and a new analysis of its skull suggests it lived in the sea, where it ambushed prey
or is it marine? Are those juveniles and adults, or are they two different species?” says Olivier Rieppel of the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago. His team
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8. Viktig?Onsdag 05. aug. 2020 kl. 18:00
Disease-carrying animals thrive on our farmed land and in our cities
Farming and other human activities are changing the world in a way that favours animals carrying more diseases, including batsthe source of the new coronavirus
looking at what changes are occurring in ecosystems as people move in. “Some species are doing better and they are disproportionately likely to be those that transmit
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9. Viktig?Tirsdag 04. aug. 2020 kl. 14:00
Termite intruders evolved cowardice to squat in another species’ nest
Inquiline termites can’t build their own nests and instead sneak into the homes built by another termite species. When the host attacks, the freeloaders run away
termes cyphergaster nests can be home to illicit lodgersHelder HugoSome termite species have figured out how to enjoy the shelter of the immense, complex nests that th
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10. Viktig?Mandag 03. aug. 2020 kl. 18:00
Chinese nature reserves focus so much on pandas that leopards suffer
China’s conservation efforts to save giant pandas have paid off for the bears, but miserably failed leopards and other carnivores that share their home
e a warning against trying to preserve biodiversity by focusing on one iconic species. Pandas officially edged away from extinction in 2016 in a sign of their rebound
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11. Viktig?Torsdag 30. juli 2020 kl. 21:00
Deep-sea anglerfish fuse bodies to mate thanks to an odd immune system
Some male anglerfish fuse to the much larger females to matethey can do so because they don’t recognise their partner’s tissue as foreign material that should be attacked
h have an unusual way of mating and an unusual immune systemEdith A. WidderSome species of anglerfish the deep-sea predator that uses a luminous lure to attract prey
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12. Viktig?Tirsdag 28. juli 2020 kl. 20:00
Endangered tigers have made a remarkable comeback in five countries
The number of wild tigers is on the increase in Bhutan, China, India, Nepal and Russia, say conservationists
ecade on from the launch of an ambitious scheme to double the population of the species. The TX2 initiative was launched in 2010 when it was estimated that wild popula
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13. Viktig?Mandag 27. juli 2020 kl. 07:01
Birdwatching AI can recognise individual birds from behind
Artificial intelligence that can recognise individual birds is being developed for biologists studying wild animals, but could also be adapted so that people can identify individual birds in their surroundings
na and flora from images or sounds, but these identify only species, not individuals. Other teams are developing similar systems for identifying other animal individua
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14. Viktig?Fredag 24. juli 2020 kl. 10:00
Spiderwebs gather DNA that can help us monitor insects in forests
Spiders may build their webs to catch prey, but trials in Slovenian forests show they also grab onto DNA, which can help us monitor biodiversity in a less invasive manner
Spider webs collect DNA in forests that can alert us to invasive speciesAlamy Stock PhotoSpiders may build their webs to catch prey, but trials in Slovenian forests h
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15. Viktig?Torsdag 23. juli 2020 kl. 18:00
Mosquitoes evolved to suck human blood when they couldn’t find water
Mosquitoes that carry Zika and dengue may have developed their taste for our blood as a way to cope with long dry seasons, since human activity often creates standing water
ke Zika, dengue and yellow fever with them. But some African populations of the species have a wider diet. “No one had actually gone through and systematically charact
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16. Viktig?Torsdag 23. juli 2020 kl. 06:09
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Research of killer whales in the southern Atlantic ocean and Mediterranean have shown that their bl...
chers use to describe where in the food chain different species can be found. The first trophic level is made up of the so-called “primary producers” plants, algae et
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17. Viktig?Onsdag 22. juli 2020 kl. 21:00
Hundreds of illegal Chinese fishing vessels spotted near North Korea
Satellite imaging has revealed hundreds of vessels from China fishing off the coast of North Korea, violating UN resolutions prohibiting such activity
e and South Korean total. Stocks of the squid, the main commercially fished species in the area, have declined dramatically in recent years. “These novel insights are
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18. Viktig?Onsdag 22. juli 2020 kl. 18:00
Humans reached the Americas 15,000 years earlier than thought
Almost 2000 stone tools have been found in a Mexican cave and some seem to be 33,000 years oldsuggesting people reached America before the peak of the last glacial period
an says we shouldn’t assume that any more. “I don’t see why other species wouldn’t have entered America,” he says. But Bolnick and Becerra-Valdivia both say the first
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19. Viktig?Tirsdag 21. juli 2020 kl. 18:23
New app allows you to check Norwegian animal and flower species
Now you can use your mobile phone to check what kind of animal or flower you have found. A new Norwegian mobile app will give... Continue reading New app allows you to check Norwegian animal and flower species at Norway Today.
has been developed by Artsdatabanken. The user can check the flower or animal species by searching with a picture, the Species Data Bank states in a press release.The
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20. Viktig?Onsdag 15. juli 2020 kl. 21:00
Beetles carrying tiny backpack cameras stream footage to a smartphone
Ultralight cameras fixed to the backs of beetles can wirelessly live-stream to a smartphone, which can also direct the camera to rotate and get footage from different directions
tles. The researchers attached the backpack to two different beetle species, the death-feigning beetle Asbolus laevis and the Pinacate beetle Eleodes nigrina, which ar
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