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Take a Moment to Appreciate Nature’s Diversity with Fun Facts About the Leafy Seadragon

As an example of the majesty of life, the art of camouflage, and the extremes of evolution—one need look no further than the leafy seadragon of South Australia. Fondly called “Leafies” by the Aussies of Melbourne and Adelaide, it is a member of the genus that includes pipefishes, seadragons, and seahorses, and takes its name […]

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How Global Warming Shifts Biodiversity of Algal Communities – Nature World News

New research published in the journal Nature Communications points out the role of climate change in causing abrupt changes to important algal communities in the oceans. Scientists find that the warming hemisphere are predicted to change pole-wards in the next…

Mars Rover Grabs First Rock Sample, a ‘Truly Historic Moment’ and Major Step in Hunt for Alien Life

On the 6th of September, the Mars Rover Perseverance drilled down into a briefcase-sized rock with its incredibly sophisticated sample and capture system, and then took a photo to commemorate the first Martian rock retrieved as part of its mission. After a brief confusion, scientists and space enthusiasts finally saw the photo that conclusively showed […]

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Climate Change Likely To Abruptly Impact Algae in the Global Ocean – SciTechDaily

Scientists sample a brown mat of aggregated phytoplankton. Credit: Katrin Schmidt Global warming is likely to cause abrupt changes to important algal communities because of shifting biodiversity ‘break point’ boundaries in the oceans – according to research from the University…

Readers’ Forum, Sept. 9, 2021: Climate warming not an emergency – Terre Haute Tribune Star

Climate warming not an emergency A letter by Kevin Christ published in your Aug. 23 edition asserts that climate prediction models, which have been the basis for the Global Warming/Climate Change hysteria, “have been remarkably accurate.” Nothing could be further…

Global framework on Biodiversity – Australian statement on the Convention on Biodiversity 2030 target

Australia’s statement on the Convention on Biodiversity Plenary 24 Aug – Open-ended Working Group 3 on Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework. The Conference of the Parties (COP15) for the Convention on Biodiversity is coming up early next year. I haven’t seen…

Britain’s economy is already seeing a rapid shift due to climate change – CNBC

A vineyard in Surrey, England Lemanieh | iStock | Getty Images Climate change could spark major shifts in British produce in the coming decades as the country attempts to avoid a “catastrophic” environmental fallout, experts have said. At the end…

Gigantic 438-Year-old Coral Discovered in the Great Barrier Reef in ‘Excellent Condition’

Reprinted with permission from World at Large, a news website of nature, politics, science, health, and travel. The widest, and perhaps oldest single coral in the Great Barrier Reef has been discovered—and it’s in excellent health. Those are the findings of a new paper published in Nature which reported the discovery of Muga dhambi, or […]

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