Derelict Rail Station Has Become Home To Hundreds of Wild Bee Species

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Image shows rare steppe-bee Camptopoeum frontale in an undated photo. The Natural History Museum of Vienna in Austria reported on a rare wild bee species site Breitenlee on Monday, Sep. 5, 2022. (Sylvia Wanzenbock/Newsflash)

A derelict World War I era railway station in Vienna is to be studied by biologists to unlock the secrets of wild bee communities, it has emerged. More than 450…

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Decade Long Survey Finds Climate Change Is Pushing Isolate Reefs To Brink Of Collapse

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The Global Reef Expedition mission to the Chagos Archipelago in 2015 allowed an international team of scientists to study some of the most remote and undisturbed coral reefs in the world. (Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation,Phil Renaud/Newsflash)

A 10-year survey that studied coral reefs across the globe found that climate change and overfishing have pushed even the most isolated reefs to the brink. Researchers, who studied over…

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New Species Of Indestructible Water Bear Found Fossilised In 16 Million Year Old Amber

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Artistic reconstruction of Paradoryphoribius chronocaribbeus in moss.

A new species of ‘indestructible’ water bear has been found fossilised in a chunk of amber dating back 16 million years. Tardigrades, also known as water bears and moss piglets,…

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