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Dr. Assaf Rosenthal quotes one of the participants following the climate conference in Dubai: "Humanity must stop using nature as a toilet", "Humanity has become a weapon of mass destruction".
This is according to a report by the UN's IPBES committee, the equivalent of the IPCC that reports on the climate crisis
At a time when animal species are disappearing at an alarming rate, new Australian research gives reason for hope, revealing that 29 native species have fully recovered - thanks to human actions
The researchers estimate that this figure is the cause or at least strongly related to the beehive collapse syndrome
The researchers who are trying to save the biblical eagle from extinction in Israel
About a fifth of the world's reptile species are in danger of extinction
This is according to an article published by researchers who examined the mass extinction of apes over the past tens of thousands of years. The researchers found that the brains of large extinct species were on average smaller than those of large species that survived * Their relatively high intelligence helps them deal with the main cause of extinction - human activity
The climate crisis is followed by the collapse of many living systems in large areas of the earth. It is fitting that humanity acknowledges the damage done to humanity and the vital need to remedy its consequences
Although it is a common animal, it was difficult to see it active during daily trips, since during the day it hides in burrows and only goes out to look for food at night, at least it was until recent years when there are more and more sightings of hardwork activity during the day, mainly in hot and dry areas
The rhino is a type of southern white rhinoceros, which there is still hope to save after the northern white rhino species became extinct when the last male Sudan died about two years ago. However, in these two years, two calves were born from his frozen sperm from female southern white rhinos at the San Diego Zoo
As of March, about 330 dead elephants were found in Okavango and its surroundings, the initial assumption that the elephants were killed by poachers was disproved since the elephants were not robbed. A second assumption was that the death was caused by the anthrax virus, but it turned out that this was not the cause of death either, other animals were not harmed. The authorities investigated the deaths and apparently found the culprit, Cyanobacteria.
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