Monthly Archives: December 2011

Promote conservation of field deer, an endemic species in Uruguay

Recently published the book Conservation of the field deer of the scientific Susana Gonzalez, head of the Laboratory of Genetics, Institute for the Conservation of Biological Research Clemente Stable (IIBCE spanish). Gonzalez has spent 20 years researching in the field … Continue reading

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Define strategies to protect sea turtles in America

Recently a group of American scientists met in Panama, in the “V Regional Symposium on Sea Turtle of the Eastern South Pacific”, to discuss strategies and good practices to protect this endangered species. The symposium was attended by representatives from … Continue reading

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New animal species discovered in South America

The International Institute for Species Exploration unveiled this year in Washington some animails unknown at this time by the scientific community, discovered in South America during 2011. In Uruguay, a team of researchers found in coastal sands a male wolf … Continue reading

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