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Australia Zoo Giraffe Takes the Guinness World Records Title for World’s Tallest Living Giraffe
A 12-year-old male giraffe called Forest, resident of Australia Zoo in Queensland has been confirmed as the world’s tallest giraffe, hitting a giddy 5.7 meters
A New Species Of Tropidophis (Tropidophis Steinleini) Described From The Eastern Region of Cuba
Tropidophis steinleini sp. nov. is described from the eastern region of Cuba, raising the currently described number of species to 17 in this archipelago.
The Effect of Global Warming to Collapse the Most Polar Bear Populations by End...
A new study from the University of Toronto - Scarborough campus has found that polar bear populations are likely to collapse if global warming continues at current speeds with increasing greenhouse gas emissions by the end of the century
An Endangered Leopard Frogs Found in Unusual Places in the United States
A rare frog has been found southwest of Arizona in the United States beyond its known range.
Environment Beneficial Impacts Of Global Pandemics; Recent Corona Crisis
There’s no denying that global warming has been one of the most alarming issues faced by the world
Amomum foetidum (Zingiberaceae), a New Plant Species From Northeast Thailand
The Amomum foetidum (Zingiberaceae) plant has so far been distributed in Sakon Nakhon province and is mostly cultivated in Northeastern Thailand
By 2050, Koalas in New South Wales, Australia may be Extinct
By 2050, the koalas of New South Wales (NSW) in the Australian state may be extinct unless the government does not intervene immediately to protect them and their habitat
Psammosilene tunicoides, A New Generic and Species Record for Thailand
The new record of Psammosilene tunicoides W.C.Wu & C.Y.Wu was discovered on a degraded calcareous substrate mountain in the western part of Thailand near the Thai-Myanmar border
Monarch Butterfly Conservation in United States
The Monarch, scientifically known as Danaus plexippus is widespread in the conterminous United States and in southern Canada. One of the most recently studied species is the monarch butterfly and also candidate species for protection from the Endangered Species Act of the United States
Almost a Third of Lemurs, European Hamster and North Atlantic Right Whale now Critically...
Hilton-Taylor of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) refers to the "huge" gap in biodiversity data as a copy of the Covid-19 pandemic. “We’ve lost a lot of valuable time in terms of oversight,” he says.