Climate Change Threatens Pupfish Population in Nevada Desert

Sep 02, 2014 AM EDT Climate change is declining the adult population of threatened Devils Hole pupfish, according to a new study led by the University of Nevada, Reno.

Nearly 30 percent of World’s Population is Either Overweight or Obese: Report

May 30, 2014 AM EDT A new study, conducted by researchers at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington, highlights obesity as a major public health epidemic in the developed as well ...

Cattle Farming Occurred in China 10,000 Years Ago, Study

Nov 09, 2013 AM EST International team of researchers have found the earliest evidence of cattle farming in northern china.

Absence of Hunting Causes Species to Decline, Study

Oct 28, 2013 AM EDT Unique hunting methods employed by aboriginal Martu people in Australia’s Western Desert lead to the increase in animal population and improved habitat, according to a team of researchers from the ...

Loss of Australian Digging Mammals Caused Due to Declining Ecosystem, Study

Sep 25, 2013 AM EDT The population of Australian digging mammals including iconic species like echidnas, bilbies and bandicoots have reduced drastically over the last 200 years.

Vasectomy Effectively Reduces a Feral Colony than Neutering, Study

Aug 19, 2013 AM EDT A vasectomy or hysterectomy procedure could prove more effective than spaying and neutering in feral cats, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the Tufts University. The study is ...

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