Neighbors gone, sex gone, fruits gone, species gone

This is the ultra-short conclusion of the findings in a study by Dennis Hansen, Heine Kiesbüy, and Christine Müller from Zurich University, and Carl Jones from the Mauritian Wildlife Foundation, who found that an endangered plant in Mauritius depends on a neighboring plant to provide a safe home for its pollinator, a day-active gecko.

The admirable efforts to keep human residents up to date on construction roadmap will hopefully include careful consideration of impact on the fragile eco-system that has been thriving in the Camp. Although looking at how Biology is taught in schools, it would seem that future revenue streams based on what we can see today as tomorrow’s lucrative areas of knowledge has become the focus.

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