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EDGE of Existence :: Evolutionarily Distinct & Globally Endangered
Edge species are truly one of a kind. If they disappear there will be nothing similar left on the planet. Two-thirds are receiving little or no conservation ...
EDGE Blog » Surveying wild Bactrian camels in China
Surveying wild Bactrian camels in China. Posted by Sally Wren on the 8th May, 2008. Yuanlei, our Chinese EDGE Fellow, recently sent us this update of his ...
Bactrian Camel (Camelus bactrianus)
The camels’ distribution is linked to the availability of water, with large groups congregating near rivers after rain or at the foot of the mountains, ...
EDGE Blog » Mystery of camel death solved
Feb 7, 2008 ... An additional factor contributing to the camel’s death was the fact that ... Here Camel meat is often used for pet-food and some is sold in ...
EDGE :: Community Member Information
Medici, E. P. Lowland Tapir Footprint Identification Technique. In: Tapir Conservation: The Newsletter of the IUCN/SSC Tapir Specialist Group. Vol. ...
Bumblebee Bat (Craseonycteris thonglongyai
Its body is about the size of a large bumblebee, hence the common name “bumblebee bat”. Since it was first described in 1974 this tiny mammal has been ...
Bumblebee Bat (Craseonycteris thonglongyai
Its body is about the size of a large bumblebee, hence the common name “bumblebee bat”. Since it was first described in 1974 this tiny mammal has been ...
EDGE Blog » Six rare Indus River dolphins spotted in India!
Conservationists are delighted over the recent sighting of six rare Indus River dolphins (Platanista minor) in northwestern India, ...
EDGE Blog » Too late for the baiji?
However, we have little real information about what happened to the species. Even if the baiji has already gone, we need to know what wiped it out in order ...
EDGE Blog » Hope for the Baiji? New Sighting & Film Footage
He cannot be 100% sure that the animal captured on the film is a baiji, he told us, because of the poor picture quality and the long distance from which it ...
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