User: indiatogether Topic: Environment
Category: Biodiversity :: Species Loss
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Declare Pampa a protected zone: eco group 5.7.2010 Hindu: States
Seeks immediate action to protect fish species in the river
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Malians mobilise to protect dwindling elephants! (Cached) 5.7.2010 Zee News : Science and Technology
The elephants of the Gourma are the biggest in Africa and are tempting quarry for poachers.
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44 species of W Ghats orchids may fade out (Cached) 4.7.2010 TOI: All Headlines
44 species of W Ghats orchids may fade out
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Why one should never arm-wrestle a saber-toothed tiger 3.7.2010 DNA: Evolutions
A new study has revealed that saber-toothed cats--best known for their supersized canines-- also had exceptionally strong forelimbs for pinning prey before delivering the fatal bite.
Why one should never arm-wrestle a saber-toothed tiger (Cached) 3.7.2010 Sify News
Researchers have found why saber-toothed tigers were a force to reckon with when it came to arm wrestling.
Why one should never arm-wrestle a saber-toothed tiger (Cached) 3.7.2010 Oneindia.in: News
Washington, July 2 (ANI): Researchers have found why saber-toothed tigers were a force to reckon with when it came to arm wrestling.
Why one should never arm-wrestle a saber-toothed tiger (Cached) 3.7.2010 New Kerala: World News
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A zoo of extinct animals; `Jurassic Park` style ! (Cached) 2.7.2010 Zee News : Science and Technology
A zoo like that of "Jurassic Park" may become real as scientists work on project to create dinosaur and other extinct animals in lab with help of frozen cells.
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A zoo of extinct animals; 'Jurassic Park'-style (Cached) 2.7.2010 New Kerala: World News
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A zoo of extinct animals; 'Jurassic Park'-style 2.7.2010 Deccan Herald: News
A zoo of extinct animals; 'Jurassic Park'-style
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The comeback king (Cached) 30.6.2010 GovernanceNow: Columns
It is very sad and alarming to note that only 1,411 tigers are left in the country. Ever since the government came out with the figures, people all over the country have been doing all they can to rai
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Why drug users become addicts (Cached) 30.6.2010 TOI: All Headlines
Why drug users become addicts
Four Sangais in mid-pregnancy stage at breeding centre (Cached) 30.6.2010 Manipur: E-Pao
Four Sangais in mid-pregnancy stage at breeding centre
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Fish float dead in aquarium (Cached) 30.6.2010 Telegraph: North Bengal
Gangtok, June 29: Seven albino and black shark fish have surfaced dead at the Central Park Aquarium in Namchi, triggering questions on the safety of a dozen species reared at the facility.
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Why drug users become addicts (Cached) 29.6.2010 DNA: Top News
This study is the first demonstration that a correlation exists between synaptic plasticity and the transition to addiction.
Dipping tiger tally cause for concern in several Asian nations (Cached) 29.6.2010 TOI: All Headlines
Dipping tiger tally cause for concern in several Asian nations
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Cultural impact on environment stressed (Cached) 29.6.2010 Manipur: E-Pao
Cultural impact on environment stressed
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Why drug users become addicts (Cached) 29.6.2010 New Kerala: World News
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Heat stress, dehydration killing vultures in Ramnagar (Cached) 29.6.2010 The Pioneer
Heat stress, dehydration killing vultures in Ramnagar
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Dipping tiger tally cause for concern in several Asian nations! (Cached) 29.6.2010 Zee News : Science and Technology
Even as India hopes to improve its big cat tally from 1,411, their number has now declined.
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