39 endangered Australian shark species: historical report_ 英语 频道 _ 央视 网 (cctv.com)

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CANBERRA, Sept. 21 (Xinhua) – More than 10 percent of Australia’s shark species are threatened with extinction, according to a government report. The National Environmental Science Program’s (NESP) Marine Biodiversity Center released the first-ever comprehensive extinction risk assessment for all Australian sharks, rays and ghost sharks (chimaeras) on Tuesday. He revealed that Australia is...

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Loss of tough fish threatens coral reef food webs

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AUSTIN, Texas – Coral reefs around the world, already threatened by rising temperatures caused by climate change, also face serious challenges related to the possibility of fish species extinction. According to an article published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, the networks of predatory fish and their prey found on...

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Some Shark Species Are More Resilient Than Others When It Comes To Surviving Catch And Release: A Study Conducted By The New England Aquarium

by on September 19, 2021 0

Some species of sharks are extremely resistant to the stress of being caught and released, while other species are much more likely to die, shark researchers found in a study conducted by the New England Aquarium. The five-year study looked at more than 300 sharks from five different species: sandbank sharks, black tips, tigers,...

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NCCISMA Launches Invasive Species Management Video Series | New

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NCCISMA launches invasive species management video series The North Country Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area (NCCISMA) has created a series of educational videos on how to control invasive species. Since improper treatment can worsen infestations and spread the plant to new sites, it is important to do it correctly early on. Funding for the...

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Chemical discoveries germinate hated species

by on September 17, 2021 0

Infrared image showing increased transpiration (blue) of wheat and tomatoes treated with TAA. Credit: Aditya Vaidya / UCR Otherwise, the dormant seeds are brought back to life thanks to new chemicals discovered by a team led by the University of California at Riverside. Plants have the ability to perceive drought. When they do, they...

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