22nd April 2024
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How global warming can impact arthropods, spiders, and snakes?

by Editor in Wildlife 0

An interesting study highlight key elements of increasing temperate on the localization, movements and their impacts on the distribution of arthropods, spiders and snakes has been outlined in Wilderness & Environmental Medicine. Read at
Animal Diseases

Antiviral Nasal RNA Spray

Designer RNA molecules delivered through the nose show early promise for treating West Nile fever, trials in mice show. No effective therapies exist for the illness caused by a mosquito-borne virus, which can invade the […]

Animal Diseases

Antiviral Nasal RNA Spray

Designer RNA molecules delivered through the nose show early promise for treating West Nile fever, trials in mice show. No effective therapies exist for the illness caused by a mosquito-borne virus, which can invade the […]

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Wildlife

Is Solenodon going extinct?

Photo: JOEL SARTORE/NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC PHOTO ARK Owing to a potential of disappearance ofHispaniola Solenodon from the globe, scientists are trying to preserve the genome to secure its existence.   A study recently published in Biorxiv, […]

Pets

Do Dogs Have Emotions?

People have had a close bond with domesticated dogs for centuries. “It seems that nature has given the dog to man for his defence and for his pleasure. Of all the animals it is the […]

Wildlife

Mystery of Woodpeckers Brains?

While a woodpecker smacks its head against wood 54 million times in its lifetime, now researchers are trying to solve the mystery of preserved brain which acts and display mysteriously. Read more at: George Farah, […]

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