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World’s rarest antelope GPS collared for first time

The hard work of EDGE Fellow Ali and the plight of the hirola has this week been recognised by the international press as news of the first ever attempt to GPS collar wild hirola in their native range reaches the UK.     Over the past thirty years, hirola numbers have plummeted by almost 90 percent, […]

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Heat resistant corals: It’s all in the preparation

Following on from our recent blog on the effects of global warming on coral bleaching, there has been an exciting new discovery into just how some species of coral show enhanced resistance to thermal stress. It is important to understand that coral species, and indeed populations, are not all equally susceptible to thermal stress. Until […]

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Negros Interior Biodiversity Expedition – Part III

To refresh yourselves on parts I and II of this blog trilogy please click here and here. 2012 has finally passed and with it memories of the NIBE 2012 rainforest expedition and its successes can often seem ever further away. The reality is however different. In November the team hosted a film event showcasing our […]

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