User: indiatogether Topic: Environment
Category: Biodiversity :: Species Loss
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DNA sleuths track down ancestor of all mammals 8.2.2013 Hindustan Times: World
DNA sleuths track down ancestor of all mammals
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Furry insect-eater was earliest humans and most mammals' ancestor 8.2.2013 New Kerala: Andhra Pradesh
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Study traces humanity's extended family tree 8.2.2013 TOI: All Headlines
Study traces humanity's extended family tree
Bird call 8.2.2013 Hindu: Cities
Chennai-based Sekar opens his doors to hundreds of ring-necked parakeets.
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City anchor: 32 lakh trees in city, Aundh tops green chart 8.2.2013 Indian Express: Pune
The tree count exercise that had weathered several storms and was completed in five years does not include trees on land under the forest department.
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Wild banana species struggling for survival 6.2.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Wild banana species struggling for survival
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UN to restore 150 million ha of degraded land 6.2.2013 New Kerala: World News
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Ecologists warn against restoration of degraded land 6.2.2013 Zee News : Science and Technology
The United Nations aims to restore 150 million hectares of degraded land worldwide by 2020 - but restoration ecologists warn that it will take more than simple tree plantation.
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New but extinct flying reptile discovered by UK, Romanian, Brazilian scientists 5.2.2013 New Kerala: World News
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Climate change can impact birds, their life 5.2.2013 Hindu: Business
Experts predict that climate change will lead to significant changes in bird species in Asia including India, leading to either colonisation in new areas or even extinction. ...
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Climate change impacts birds: BirdLife research 5.2.2013 HBL: Home
Experts predict climate change will lead to significant turnover of bird species in Asia, including India, leading to either colonisation in new areas or may even result in their b...
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Qwikipedia 5.2.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
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Forests in Indonesia, Malaysia threatened by growing palm oil demand 4.2.2013 HBL: Industry & Economy
Indonesia and Malaysia are witnessing almost a third of forest loss in the last 10 years due to the expansion of oil palm.
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10 incredibly stunning PHOTOS of the wild 4.2.2013 Rediff: News
Rediff.com bring to you a selection of some of the photographs that won the Veolia Environnement wildlife photographer of the year 2012 competition.
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Siberian cranes to be back in Keoladeo as 'zoo birds' 4.2.2013 TOI: Jaipur
Siberian cranes to be back in Keoladeo as 'zoo birds'
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Two-pronged attack on the Pampa 4.2.2013 Hindu: States
The Pampa river is fast becoming a stagnant cesspool of filth, thanks to the flow of sewage from markets, hospitals, and toilets in the village headquarters and small towns situated on its banks.
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Pampa turning into a cesspool of filth 3.2.2013 Hindu: Kerala
River Pampa is fast changing into a stagnant cesspool of filth. Thanks to the ever increasing flow of sewage from village headquarters and small towns situated on either of its banks.  <...
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Save wetlands or remain thirsty 2.2.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Save wetlands or remain thirsty
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Winged guests driven away monitor lizard crushed, fish buried in wetland fill-up 2.2.2013 Kolkata News, Kolkata City News | Cities News - Times of India
Winged guests driven away monitor lizard crushed, fish buried in wetland fill-up
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Who killed the Tasmanian tiger? 1.2.2013 The Hindu: Today's Paper
Who killed the Tasmanian tiger?
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