Sunday, 11 March 2018

Species make comeback 30 years after rainforest devastation



Date:  February 28, 2018
Source:  University of Salford

Summary:
Rainforest loss is fueling a tsunami of tropical species extinctions. However, not all is doom and gloom.

A new study, conducted in the Brazilian Amazon, suggests that ecological cataclysms prompted by the fragmentation of the forest can be reverted by the regeneration of secondary forests, offering a beacon of hope for tropical forest biodiversity across the world.


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