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Over 10 percent of Earth's wilderness lost in under 20 years

A study from a university in Canada has found that during the past two decades the Earth has lost, thanks to humans, 20 percent of its wilderness. It's being called an alarming rate of loss and it continues unabated.

Venus flytrap 'counts' prey's steps to begin digesting it as food

German scientists have recently found out that Venus flytraps do something that's pretty remarkable — the plants actually "count" the number of times a struggling insect taps trigger hairs inside the plant's maw.

Chimpanzees invade, kill neighbours for resources and territory

Chimpanzees expand the limits of their territory and gain access to food resources at the expense of the lives of their neighbours, primate behavioural scientists reported in a study published in the latest issue of the journal Current Biology.

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