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Researchers have warned that the world`s largest tropical desert, the Sahara, has suffered a catastrophic collapse of its wildlife populations.
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One of the world`s oldest and most distinctive songbird species might be coming back from the brink of extinction thanks to a relocation project.
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Scientists have discovered an extinct species of koala bear that lived in the rainforest canopies of northern Australia about 20 million years ago.
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An international team of scientists have revealed that a total of 14 different crocodile species existed and at least seven of them occupied the same area at the same time about five million years ago.
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Even though dinosaurs have been long extinct, bringing them back to life might be possible.
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In a new study, researchers from two disparate fields have discovered the teeth of 65-million-year-old dinosaurs.
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A study reveals that, molecules from eggshells of endangered and extinct birds can tell behaviour and evolutionary history of Australian birds.
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Factors like reduction of habitat have contributed to the decline of vultures.
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Many tree species might become extinct due to climate change if no action is taken in time.
Last Updated: Wednesday, December 15, 2010, 13:15
A science professor says a Japanese salmon species thought to have gone extinct 70 years ago lives in a lake near Mount Fuji.
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Federal wildlife biologists have confirmed sightings of two more Sierra Nevada red foxes that once were thought to be extinct.
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Tigers could become extinct within 12 years, nature conservation body WWF said.
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