User: indiatogether Topic: Environment
Category: Biodiversity :: Species Loss
Last updated: Sep 15 2014 23:49 IST RSS 2.0
 
3,806 to 3,825 of 6,620    
Differences in human and Neanderthal brains set in first year of life 9.11.2010 New Kerala: India News
Wise ones struggle for survival 9.11.2010 Telegraph: Bengal
Siliguri, Nov. 8: Owls are facing extinction in north Bengal like other parts of India because of loss of habitat and poaching for black magic, according to a study conducted jointly by three prominent environment organisations.
Also found in: [+]
Some progress on biodiversity 9.11.2010 HBL: Opinion
Early on October 30, tired delegates finally reached an agreement at the two-week-long Biodiversity Summit (COP-10) in Nagoya, Japan, where representatives from the 193 countries, parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity, met to thrash
Also found in: [+]
Unearthed: An entire Ice Age ecosystem 8.11.2010 TOI: All Headlines
Unearthed: An entire Ice Age ecosystem
A new target 8.11.2010 Hindu: Home
The ‘Aichi Target' adopted by the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) at its Nagoya conference could not have come at a more appropriate time. The journal Science recently...
Also found in: [+]
back to nature 7.11.2010 Telegraph: Opinion
Sometimes we have to be grateful for small mercies. The deal on biodiversity that more than 190 countries recently agreed on in Nagoya, Japan, was "a day late and a dollar short." But it's better than nothing, and even better than most people expected.
Also found in: [+]
An entire Ice Age ecosystem 'uncovered' in Colorado 7.11.2010 Deccan Herald: News
An entire Ice Age ecosystem 'uncovered' in Colorado
Ice Age ecosystem uncovered in Colorado 7.11.2010 Hindu: Home
Scientists claim to have uncovered an entire Ice Age ecosystem, after unearthing wealth of bones from an excavation site in western Colorado in the United States.A team from the Denver Muse...
Sea cows, buffaloes enliven folklore 7.11.2010 TOI: Goa
Endangered species of sea cows or dugongs (Dugong dugon) are seen only in a few places in Indian waters, but fishermen and coastal folk in Goa have spun interesting lore around porpoises and dolphins, mistaking them for dugongs.
Also found in: [+]
An action plan to save river dolphins 7.11.2010 HBL: Variety
After declaring it as the National Aquatic Animal recently, the Union Government has launched a 10-year action plan to save the Gangetic Dolphin, one of the last three surviving river dolphin species. The others are found in the Indus River in
Also found in: [+]
Human evolution occurred '3mn yrs earlier than previously thought' 6.11.2010 New Kerala: India News
Human evolution occurred '3mn yrs earlier than previously thought' 6.11.2010 Oneindia.in: News
Washington, Nov 06 (ANI): A new statistical model has suggested that evolutionary divergence of humans from chimpanzees likely occurred some 8 million years ago rather than the 5 million year estimate widely accepted by scientists.
Human evolution 'took place three million years earlier' 6.11.2010 Deccan Herald: International
Human evolution 'took place three million years earlier'
Also found in: [+]
Owls in danger due to superstitions, illegal trade 6.11.2010 PTI: All news
Owls in danger due to superstitions, illegal trade
Also found in: [+]
Owls in danger due to superstitions, illegal trade! 5.11.2010 Zee News : Science and Technology
Owls are in serious danger in India due to rampant illegal trade, according to a report.
Also found in: [+]
Owls in danger due to superstitions, illegal trade: Report 5.11.2010 Hindu: S & T
Owls are in serious danger in India due to rampant illegal trade in living specimens and their body parts that are falsely considered to have medicinal and occult healing properties, according to...
Also found in: [+]
Black magic driving owl species towards extinction: BNHS report 5.11.2010 TOI: All Headlines
Black magic driving owl species towards extinction: BNHS report
Also found in: [+]
High hormone levels drove cavemen to promiscuity 4.11.2010 New Kerala: India News
Early humans more promiscuous than modern-day people 4.11.2010 New Kerala: India News
Finger length linked to promiscuity: Study 3.11.2010 Financial Express
Finger length linked to promiscuity: Study
3,806 to 3,825 of 6,620