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Special Issue on Earth's Disappearing Animals (10 of 13)

Special Issue on Earth's Disappearing Animals (10 of 13)
Aldabra giant tortoises (Aldabrachelys gigantean) were introduced to Round Island, Mauritius, as ecological replacements for the extinct Mauritian giant tortoises (Cylindraspis species...

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Special Issue on Earth's Disappearing Animals (9 of 13)

Special Issue on Earth's Disappearing Animals (9 of 13)
Aldabra giant tortoises (Aldabrachelys gigantean) were introduced to Round Island, Mauritius, as ecological replacements for the extinct Mauritian giant tortoises (Cylindraspis species...

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Special Issue on Earth's Disappearing Animals (8 of 13)

Special Issue on Earth's Disappearing Animals (8 of 13)
Aldabra giant tortoises (Aldabrachelys gigantean) were introduced to Round Island, Mauritius, as ecological replacements for the extinct Mauritian giant tortoises (Cylindraspis species...

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Special Issue on Earth's Disappearing Animals (4 of 13)

Special Issue on Earth's Disappearing Animals (4 of 13)
Scientists are studying the effects of defaunation in tropical forests. This image relates to a paper that appeared in the 25 July, 2014, issue of Science, published by AAAS. The paper, by ...

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Special Issue on Earth's Disappearing Animals (3 of 13)

Special Issue on Earth's Disappearing Animals (3 of 13)
Muriquis (Brachyteles arachnoides) and other large primates are vanishing from tropical ecosystems. This image relates to a paper that appeared in the 25 July, 2014, issue of Science, ...

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Special Issue on Earth's Disappearing Animals (2 of 13)

Special Issue on Earth's Disappearing Animals (2 of 13)
White-lipped peccaries used to be the dominant terrestrial mammals in South American rainforests. This image relates to a paper that appeared in the 25 July, 2014, issue of Science, published ...

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Special Issue on Earth's Disappearing Animals (1 of 13)

Special Issue on Earth's Disappearing Animals (1 of 13)
Large mammals, such as the tapir, are the first to disappear in human-modified ecosystems. This image relates to a paper that appeared in the 25 July, 2014, issue of Science, published by AAAS...

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Diverse Ecosystems Get Organized for Stability (3 of 3)

Diverse Ecosystems Get Organized for Stability (3 of 3)
Mutualistic interactions between plants and their pollinators form complex networks of species interdependencies that can be regarded as the architecture of biodiversity. Each green node represents a ...

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Diverse Ecosystems Get Organized for Stability (2 of 3)

Diverse Ecosystems Get Organized for Stability (2 of 3)
The mutually beneficial interactions between flowering plants and their insect pollinators are a major mechanism in the generations and maintenance of biodiversity. This image relates to a paper that ...

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Diverse Ecosystems Get Organized for Stability (1 of 3)

Diverse Ecosystems Get Organized for Stability (1 of 3)
The mutually beneficial interactions between flowering plants and their insect pollinators are a major mechanism in the generations and maintenance of biodiversity. This image relates to a paper that ...

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