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The Enemy Release Hypothesis predicts that when a new alien species arrives into a country or region it is unlikely that the resident natural enemies will attack it.
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Ignatius Menzies, who will be awarded a PhD in Ecology and Biodiversity next week, tested a long-standing hypothesis that plants use red foliage as a visual warning to deter approaching insect pests.
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It is hunting season in Wisconsin and one of the more interesting animals that shows up in herbal apothecaries is the deer .
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The sun gleams through the curtains waking you up to a beautiful morning while you stretch in your silk pajamas.
8 hrs ago | Daily Times
ISLAMABAD: Bees have a much greater economic value than is widely known, according to a scientific research into strawberry growing.
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Conventional wisdom holds that the ability to recognize faces requires a complex mammalian brain.
16 hrs ago | Newsday
But a Scottish Natural Heritage-commissioned report has suggested that a decline in deer numbers has led areas of open woodland becoming overgrown .
I'm hearing a cacophony of denial out there in farm-land. I am not talking about the local sports teams or politicians.
Like humans, some song sparrows are more effusive than others, at least when it comes to defending their territories.
The reality TV star, 23, could not believe his eyes and thought that the creature was a spider when he came across one for the first time during a jungle challenge.
Amazon Prime Air won't be ready for four or five years, according to CEO Jeff Bezos .
Swallowwort, the bane of gardeners and environmentalists in the north country, may finally meet its match with moth larvae, which are being put to a cold-weather survival test that is considered the best hope for fighting the invasive weed.
Retired entomologist Rick Vetter understands that not everyone shares his passion for spiders.
When Liam Daniel Pierce began to organize the storytelling event Bring Your Own two years ago, he imagined it would look something like the scene in Raymond Carver's short story Why Don't You Dance? , in which a man takes the contents of his home and arranges them in his front yard.
Of course the Eagles did not really leave near the end of October as I thought they might have, and there were two Bald Eagles , as a couple of good observers told me.
The New York Times is sounding the alarm about New Jersey's pine beetle infestation, a little-noted but potentially disastrous threat to its forests that's almost certainly been caused by global warming.
Monarch butterflies have migrated to the eucalyptus grove of Natural Bridges State Beach this fall in numbers park officials haven't seen in recent years.