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Plant photosynthesis inhibited by bacterial ancestor
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Drug-resistant genes spread through environment, not meat products
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10,000 endangered frogs die in Peru
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London Zoo: Escaped gorilla back in enclosure; no one hurt
Gorilla briefly escapes its London Zoo enclosure
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'Drone doctors' are helping bring whales back from brink of extinction
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Decisions made at U.N. meeting on wildlife trade in South Africa
Top African wildlife park looks to villages to stop poachers
Ivory trade vote exposes divisions on saving elephant
Namibia, Zimbabwe fail to get U.N. permission to export ivory
Pangolins, the world's most trafficked mammals, get major boost in battle against extinction
UN wildlife conference bans trade in African grey parrot
7 bee species listed as endangered for the first time in U.S.
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Study reveals 82% of the core ecological processes that underpin ecosystems and provide services to people are now affected by climate change

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