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ZHANG: And also in Australia... scientists have discovered hundreds of new coral and marine species on the Great Barrier and Ningaloo Reefs. They say the discovery will help scientists understand more about global warming and over-fishing. STORY: Three expeditions to the reefs over four years to collect the first inventory of soft corals, found 300 soft corals of which 130 are new species. Dozens of new marine species were found, including shrimp-like animals with claws longer than their bodies. They also found less-commonly known animals like a tongue-eating isopod parasite... which eats a fish's tongue and then lives in its mouth. Australian Institute of Marine Science research scientist Julian Caley, says researchers never expected to find so many new species. It'll take years just to name them. [Julian Caley, Research Scientist]: "These new species, some are new species which people were, have never seen before because they're cryptic, they live in environments that people don't tend to look at." The marine inventory will allow better understanding of reef biodiversity and climate change. Corals face threats ranging from ocean acidification, pollution, and warming, to over-fishing and starfish outbreaks. The Australian expeditions are part of the global Census of Marine Life, which will release its first global census in the year 2010.
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*******www.cabinets-match**** Wood Species Chart - Kitchen Cabinets - Your Resource for Kitchen Cabinet Installation, Refacing and Repair. Get information on Brands, Materials and Styles - Free Estimates from Local Cabinet Contractors
23 Oct 2008
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Native Fish Species of Arizona by the Arizona Game and Fish Department *******www.azgfd.gov/video
6 Nov 2008
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The Rhino is one Africa's Big Five. The white rhino is the largest of the remaining 5 species of rhinoceros. They are divided into the southern and northern white rhinos. It is thought the northern rhino is extinct in the wild due to poaching, and only a handful remain in captivity. Some research shows the southern wild population numbers around 11,000, but the IUCN red list list shows over 17,000. At any rate, even though the white rhino has the largest numbers of any of the rhino species, it still is endangered and needs our help. (On a side note-the IUCN recently took the Asian greater one horned rhino of the endangered red list, but I along with others feel it is still needs the protection given by that status) There are over 700 white rhinos in captivity world wide. The rhino is one of the few larger animals that can be introduced into the wild. Meaning a captive born white or black rhino could make its way to Africa. Recently in October 2008, a white rhino was born via artificial insemination at the Budapest Zoo. Even with protection they can still be legally trophy hunted in areas of South Africa. I find this to be counter productive with all the time and money going into increasing their numbers. I think we have to get it into our mind set that ALL rhinos need not to be killed. *They can also be green hunted in which a tranquilizer gun is used to and the hunter gets a picture next to their "kill." These are less expensive, but not as popular as a regular hunt. The rhino horn is still found on the billion dollar animal black market which is driven mostly by China and the US. Please visit the following web sites for ways you can help save the rhino. *******www.savetherhino**** *******www.sosrhino**** *******www.rhinos-irf**** *All footage taken by me at Lewa Wildlife Conservancy in Kenya, Africa (A great place for rhinos!) *******www.lewa****
25 May 2009
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*******SupremeMasterTV**** – HEALTHY LIVING Paul Stamets on Fungi:Benefactors of all Earth's Species. Episode: 942, Air Date: 13 April 2009.
14 Jun 2009
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This fascinating looking salamander is from the genus Bolitoglossa and is potentially new to science. It was discovered on a RAP survey in the Nangaritza region of southeastern Ecuador. Salamanders of this genus are rare, nocturnal amphibians and those found in Ecuador will mostly inhabit forests below 1000 m (3280 ft). Learn more about the expedition, including species profiles, photos, and more video at: *******www***nservation****/Nangaritza
27 Jun 2009
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All of the species in Viva Piñata, including the sours. If you have any questions about any of the Piñata shown in this video then please write a comment and I'll reply asap **DISCLAIMER** This video is purely fan made and I do not take right for any of the media used in this video, all rights go to their original creators.
6 Sep 2009
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Safe Harbor Fish: Maricopa County McDowell Regional Park is the latest home to some endangered native fish species. By the Arizona Game and Fish Department
20 Oct 2009
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3 Nov 2009
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Genes Kinds Species Evolution debunked
23 Feb 2010
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Genes Kinds Species Evolution debunked
12 Nov 2009
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Genes Kinds Species Evolution debunked
16 Nov 2009
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