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Since European sealers arrived on the islands between #Tasmania and mainland Australia, native species have suffered population declines and extinctions there. A new study by @AustmusResearch using museum specimens can guide their future conservation.
The Cretaceous-Palaeogene extinction is the most famous and most recent of the five major mass extinctions. Learn about the event that led to the demise of all non-avian dinosaurs in our latest blog post: ow.ly/YQe450Ctvvf Illustration © Fabio Manucci pic.twitter.com/wwylb7RBvX
We live in an earth facing ecological crisis, changing weather systems, species extinctions, & global pandemics. Earth Writings: Bogs, Forests, Fields, Gardens will be launched as part of the Dublin Art Book Fair 2020 at 8pm tomorrow #DABF20 Register: earthwritings.ie/book-launch-20… pic.twitter.com/JklvPQqqBI
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