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UCLA Study Aims To Improve Interaction Between LA Residents, Wildlife

UCLA researchers are studying how wildlife mammals live in urban […]

Adapting to the Heat

In classic experiments on frogs, scientists found that the amphibians’ […]

When Under Attack, These Frogs Hatch Themselves

It’s a good thing for frog embryos to be able […]

Why are some wild animals more tolerant to human interaction than others?

When most wild animals first encounter humans, they respond as […]

Genetic Differences Among Monkeys in Tanzania Show Troubling Pattern

An endangered monkey species in Tanzania is living in geographical […]

SCSU Science Team Working to Save Connecticut’s Bats from Extinction

Bats are dying by the millions, and there’s no sure […]

Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals can Adversely Affect Reproduction of Future Generations of Fish

Bisphenol A (BPA) is a chemical that is used in […]

2015 | Jessica Lynch Alfaro, et.al – Spatial and temporal patterns of diversification on the Amazon: A test of the riverine hypothesis for all diurnal primates of Rio Negro and Rio Branco in Brazil

ISG faculty, Dr. Jessica Lynch Alfaro, Dr. Michael E. Alfaro, […]