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South Africa: Low Levels of Genetic Diversity Are Putting Great White Sharks At Risk

… easier it is for a species to survive diseases or unexpected changes in the environment. Among genetically different individuals there will always be those able to adapt and contribute to the next generation. A different scenario emerges when all the individuals share the same genetic information since depression by inbreeding and the loss of ability to adjust to environmental changes can quickly lead a species to extinction. To continue reading this article, please click on the link below: …

Earth’s magnetic fields headed towards switch: Rare event believed to have caused extinction of Neanderthal species

… may have stripped off Mars’ atmosphere. Jakoksy nevertheless assured that the Earth will not reach the point that it can no longer sustain life following the switching of the magnetic fields. To continue reading this article, please click on the link below: Source: Earth’s magnetic fields headed towards switch: Rare event believed to have caused extinction of Neanderthal species | Christian News on Christian Today …

Farmers hold key to survival of threatened bird species, says RSPB 

By WMNPBowern | Ocober 29, 2015 Farmers hold the key to saving the Westcountry’s most threatened bird species, Britain’s biggest conservation charity said today. The RSPB said farmers had stepped in before to make special efforts to ensure the survival of at-risk birds – and they could do so again. The charity’s spokesman in the South West, Tony Whitehead, was responding to a report from the government into the state of farmland birds – and to international research into UK species at …

Snow Leopards might face extinction due to climate change and other factors

By Raymond Valledor | October 26, 2015 Climate change is now another problem for a particular species of this planet and if left unsolved it might lead to the extinction of the snow leopard. The snow leopard has experienced a decline in number due largely to poaching but according to the World Wildlife Fund climate change is now also a factor in its demise. So far there are around 4,000 of these large cats left in the high mountains of Central Asia but WWF said that among them there are only …

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