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Koalas Fading Away Paperblog Pick in Environment

Koalas Are Fading Away

GR: I would add that not only are habitat losses causing greater short-term harm than climate change, so are invasive species. Read more

Taking Breath Away Paperblog Pick in Environment

Taking My Breath Away

As a wildlife watcher there are spectacles I have seen that have taken my breath away, from thousands of Pink-footed geese taking to flight in the setting sun, to clouds of Starlin... Read more

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