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Sheila wanjiru Nduta

30 w

University of Turku

Climate love

Endangered birds can be protected from predators with chemical camouflage

Researchers used artificial nests to test two methods for reducing the nest predation of vulnerable and endangered ground-nesting birds. The study showed that red foxes can be more easily deceived into not eating bird eggs than raccoon dogs. The methods could be used alongside hunting and offer an alternative, non-lethal solution for creating protection for vulnerable prey. Readmore; https://phys.org/news/2022-10-endangered-birds-predators-chemical-camouflage.html

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  • Peter Kamau

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    The discovery is phenomenal and one of a kind.

    • Kihm Francis

      30 w

      Nothing is more priceless and more worthy of preservation than the rich array of animal life . This is a great solution for the endangered birds

      • Tabitha Kimani

        30 w

        Great solution for protection of the endangered birds

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