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Lost World Found In New Guinea

An expedition led by Conservation International (CI) to one of the most isolated regions of western New Guinea has discovered what the multinational exploration team call a ”Lost World” of new species, giant flowers, and rare wildlife. The team included U.S., Indonesian and Australian scientists who found dozens of new species including frogs, butterflies and […]

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Lions And Elephants For U.S. Great Plains?

Researchers from Cornell University, ecologists and conservationists have jointly authored a paper inNature suggesting that cheetahs, lions, elephants, camels and other large wild animals should be roaming large tracts of North America. “If we only have 10 minutes to present this idea, people think we’re nuts,” said Harry Greene, professor of evolutionary biology at Cornell. […]

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