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Climate change impacts on wildlife, people and livestock in Kenya are becoming more and more visible. Currently a drought in southern Kenya the Maasai community already suffered a 35% loss of their livestock. An African Wildlife..


Continue reading 04 December 2015   3 jaar oud

At more than 30 million sq. km, the continent of Africa could accommodate the United States, China, India and Europe and still have room to spare. Open, wild land on the continent is becoming scarcer, however. ..


Continue reading 04 December 2015   3 jaar oud

The overwintering season in Mexico is now underway. The population will be measured in December and predictions are promising. Monarch numbers may have doubled since last year. However, last winter’s population covered only one..


Continue reading 24 November 2015   3 jaar oud

In 2013 Dr. Martin de Graaf from IMARES noted an unusually high number of coral reef fish at the Salt Pier on Bonaire, infected with dermal parasites. Similar observations of coral reef fish on Curaçao revealed rates of infection..


Continue reading 15 October 2015   3 jaar oud

Recent studies have recorded 211 alien invasive species in the Dutch Caribbean, ranging from lionfish to boa constrictors, iguanas, plants and bugs. These include 27 introduced marine species, 65 introduced terrestrial plants, 72..


Continue reading 02 October 2015   3 jaar oud

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