Can the Cantabrian Capercaillie be saved from extinction?

The Cantabrian capercaillie, which has lived in the Iberian Peninsula continuously and “at least” since the last ice age, is in a critical situation. The truth is that it has been in a critical situation for decades, but now more than ever. Why? What has happened over these decades so…

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Extinction of flying insects?

German scientists have come to the conclusion that in the last 25 years three quarters of the population of flying insects in their country have disappeared. More and more we are taking into account the importance of the life of the bees, because they have taught us that they are…

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