We protect acoustic camouflage

Moths are protected by acoustic camouflage Moths have evolved a very interesting way to protect themselves from bats that greatly increases their chances of survival. Researchers at the University of Bristol in the UK have shown that the fur of night butterflies, acts as acoustic camouflage that allows moths to remain unnoticed.

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The consequences of logging in the Forest reach beyond the area itself

The consequences of the forest clearance in Pushcha reach beyond the cleared area itself The ecological consequences of tree felling in the Białowieża Forest reach far beyond the felled areas themselves. This occurs by changing the structure of the landscape and affecting the functioning of the entire ecosystem, scientists say after analyzing satellite images of…

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