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Lion spotted in African savannah where conservationists thought species was extinct | Nature | News | Daily Express

By SCOTT CAMPBELL, Published: 15:23, Tue, March 10, 2015 Joy as lion spotted in African savannah where conservationists thought species was extinct CONSERVATIONISTS are celebrating after a lion was spotted in an area of Africa where the species was thought to be extinct. The two sightings were made in 500,000 acre Batéké Plateau National Park in south eastern Gabon where charities are making desperate efforts to revive the fortunes of animals threatened with extinction. The Batéké lion last …

Scientists uncover 1,451 new species in the ocean in the past year alone | Daily Mail Online

By Ben Spencer, Science Reporter for the Daily Mail. Published: 11:06 EST, 12 March 2015 From a frilled shark to the frogfish, we’re finding four new sea creatures every day: Scientists uncover 1,451 new species in the ocean in the past year alone. Scientists have discovered 1,451 new species in our oceans in past year Creatures include beasts from the deep, microscopic shrimp and dolphins Marine explorers discovered ‘Keesingia gigas’ jellyfish off Australian coast …

Shelf Life: the Olinguito’s Skull | @GrrlScientist | Science | The Guardian

By GrrlScientist of TheGuardian.com I’m rescheduling videos that feature natural history museums and the like from the weekend to Mondays (“Museum Monday”) so a larger audience can learn more about the many varied roles that these institutions perform to benefit scientific research and public knowledge. Today’s video is from the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH). It is the fourth episode in their year-long Shelf Life video series. Shelf Life is a bite-sized video exploration of …

Fourteen new species of ‘dancing frogs’ discovered in India – Techly

In the jungles of Western India, there are frogs just boogieing away without a care in the world. Not only are dancing frogs a thing, but scientists have just discovered 14 new types of these disco lovers. It’s double the amount of previously notable Indian dancing frogs, named as such because of their bizarre courtship methods. The males like to wave their feet around, apparently in a bid to turn on their female counterparts. In the human race, feet are probably the most repulsive part of the …

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