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Paying Brazil's Farmers to Conserve is Worth the Price, Study Suggests (6 of 9)

Paying Brazil's Farmers to Conserve is Worth the Price, Study Suggests (6 of 9)
The black-footed colilargo (Oligoryzomys nigripes) is a generalist species that occurs in several biomes in South America. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the 29 Aug. 2014, ...

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Paying Brazil's Farmers to Conserve is Worth the Price, Study Suggests (5 of 9)

Paying Brazil's Farmers to Conserve is Worth the Price, Study Suggests (5 of 9)
Brachycephalus crispus is a recently-described species that is endemic to the Serra do Mar mountain range in the Atlantic Forest. Individuals are smaller than 2 mm. This material relates to a ...

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Paying Brazil's Farmers to Conserve is Worth the Price, Study Suggests (4 of 9)

Paying Brazil's Farmers to Conserve is Worth the Price, Study Suggests (4 of 9)
Brachycephalus crispus is a recently-described species that is endemic to the Serra do Mar mountain range in the Atlantic Forest. Individuals are smaller than 2 mm. This material relates to a ...

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Paying Brazil's Farmers to Conserve is Worth the Price, Study Suggests (3 of 9)

Paying Brazil's Farmers to Conserve is Worth the Price, Study Suggests (3 of 9)
The green-headed tanager (Tangara seledon) is one of the most colorful birds found in forests of southeastern Brazil. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the 29 Aug. 2014, issue ...

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Paying Brazil's Farmers to Conserve is Worth the Price, Study Suggests (2 of 9)

Paying Brazil's Farmers to Conserve is Worth the Price, Study Suggests (2 of 9)
The Ihering's three-striped opossum (Monodelphis iheringi) is endemic to the Atlantic Forest and weighs 11 grams on average. This material relates to a paper that appeared in the 29 Aug. 2014, ...

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Paying Brazil's Farmers to Conserve is Worth the Price, Study Suggests (1 of 9)

Paying Brazil's Farmers to Conserve is Worth the Price, Study Suggests (1 of 9)
The Tate's woolly mouse opossum (Micoureus paraguayanus) is mostly endemic to the Atlantic Forest and was found to benefit from habitat loss. This material relates to a paper that appeared in ...

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Genetic Data Sheds Light on Early Peopling of North American Arctic (9 of 9)

Genetic Data Sheds Light on Early Peopling of North American Arctic (9 of 9)
Wooden dolls were used by prehistoric Bering Sea Eskimos in ceremony and religion, but were also sometimes made as children's toys. This collection of wooden dolls from the Nunalleq site, excavated by...

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Genetic Data Sheds Light on Early Peopling of North American Arctic (8 of 9)

Genetic Data Sheds Light on Early Peopling of North American Arctic (8 of 9)
Wooden dolls were used by prehistoric Bering Sea Eskimos in ceremony and religion, but were also sometimes made as children's toys. This collection of wooden dolls from the Nunalleq site, excavated by...

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Genetic Data Sheds Light on Early Peopling of North American Arctic (7 of 9)

Genetic Data Sheds Light on Early Peopling of North American Arctic (7 of 9)
Wooden dolls were used by prehistoric Bering Sea Eskimos in ceremony and religion, but were also sometimes made as children's toys. This collection of wooden dolls from the Nunalleq site, excavated by...

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Genetic Data Sheds Light on Early Peopling of North American Arctic (6 of 9)

Genetic Data Sheds Light on Early Peopling of North American Arctic (6 of 9)
This is Qajaa, a grass-covered deep-frozen midden with remains from Early Paleo-Eskimo cultures to the 19th century CE. Ilulissat Icefjord, West Greenland. This material relates to a paper that ...

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