Nearly 400 new species are found in the Amazon in just two years, but ALL are in areas threatened by human activity



Scientists have found almost 400 new species in the Amazon rainforest, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has announced.
Their discoveries, made over a two year period, include a new type of primate from the zogue-zogue or titi monkey family.
The conservation charity is warning that the newly uncovered plants and animals were all in areas threatened by human activity.
The news follows a decision to quash controversial government plans which would see areas of the Amazon opened up to more mining.
STUDY FACTS This is the third report in a series, listing 2,100 new species over the last 17 years. ... read more

 
31 August 2017 in Science &Technology, Views: 39
Source: Daily Mail
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