Comparing equids represented in cave art and current horses

The horse is one of the species most represented in cave art during the Paleolithic in the southwest of Europe. These representations show an equine with phenotypical characteristics close to two present-day species which are generally considered as ancient horses:...

Managing overpopulation, starvation and mass die-offs in the absence of natural predators

Sustainable management of feral horses and burros has become a complicated and often controversial issue in the state of Nevada in the United States. As an iconic image of the American West, many people perceive these animals as a natural component of the environment,...

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Migrating birds use a magnetic map to travel long distances

Birds have an impressive ability to navigate. They can fly long distances, to places that they may never have visited before, sometimes returning home after months away. Though there has been a lot of research in this area, scientists are still trying to understand...

Water buffalo Reintroduced in the Danube Delta

On the 18th of October, the True Nature Foundation together with the Centre for Regional Studies (CRS) and the Municipality of Orlovka, completed the first stage of a programme to reintroduce water buffalo in the Danube Delta ecosystem in Ukraine. The reintroduction...

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