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    ANTELOPES FROM SOUDAN IN THE GARDENS OF THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY, LONDON, UK.

    ANTELOPES FROM SOUDAN IN THE GARDENS OF THE ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY, LONDON, UK.、クレジット:Album/quintlox/共同通信イメージズ ※エディトリアル使用のみ。表紙、広告、プロモーション、商業目的での利用はお問合せください。クレジットは必ず表記してください。

    商品コード: 2020070810609

  • 2010年01月27日
    Seals And Sharks Found In River Thames Survey

    January 27, 2010, London, United Kingdom: The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) published the results of its first complete health check of the River Thames on Wednesday (10November 2021) - finding creatures including seals, sharks, seahorses and eels living in the London waterway.. .Although there was positive news for wildlife, and ecosystem recovery, experts from 16 organisations who helped compile the report also warned of pollution and climate change threats. . .Funded by Royal Bank of Canada as part of its RBC Blue Water Project, the report aimed to show what has changed in the Thames since it was declared ââ¬Ëbiologically deadââ¬â¢ in 1957. . .Highlighting the impact of dedicated conservation efforts, the overall picture was bright for nature, with evidence of an increase in a range of bird species, marine mammals and natural habitats such as carbon-capturing saltmarsh. Surprising species included seahorses, eels, seals and even shark species like the tope, starry smooth hound and spurdog. . ....

    商品コード: 2021111201799

  • 2010年01月27日
    Seals And Sharks Found In River Thames Survey

    January 27, 2010, London, United Kingdom: The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) published the results of its first complete health check of the River Thames on Wednesday (10November 2021) - finding creatures including seals, sharks, seahorses and eels living in the London waterway.. .Although there was positive news for wildlife, and ecosystem recovery, experts from 16 organisations who helped compile the report also warned of pollution and climate change threats. . .Funded by Royal Bank of Canada as part of its RBC Blue Water Project, the report aimed to show what has changed in the Thames since it was declared ââ¬Ëbiologically deadââ¬â¢ in 1957. . .Highlighting the impact of dedicated conservation efforts, the overall picture was bright for nature, with evidence of an increase in a range of bird species, marine mammals and natural habitats such as carbon-capturing saltmarsh. Surprising species included seahorses, eels, seals and even shark species like the tope, starry smooth hound and spurdog. . ....

    商品コード: 2021111201849

  • 2010年01月27日
    Seals And Sharks Found In River Thames Survey

    January 27, 2010, London, United Kingdom: The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) published the results of its first complete health check of the River Thames on Wednesday (10November 2021) - finding creatures including seals, sharks, seahorses and eels living in the London waterway.. .Although there was positive news for wildlife, and ecosystem recovery, experts from 16 organisations who helped compile the report also warned of pollution and climate change threats. . .Funded by Royal Bank of Canada as part of its RBC Blue Water Project, the report aimed to show what has changed in the Thames since it was declared ââ¬Ëbiologically deadââ¬â¢ in 1957. . .Highlighting the impact of dedicated conservation efforts, the overall picture was bright for nature, with evidence of an increase in a range of bird species, marine mammals and natural habitats such as carbon-capturing saltmarsh. Surprising species included seahorses, eels, seals and even shark species like the tope, starry smooth hound and spurdog. . ....

    商品コード: 2021111201785

  • 2013年04月26日
    Seals And Sharks Found In River Thames Survey

    April 26, 2013, London, United Kingdom: The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) published the results of its first complete health check of the River Thames on Wednesday (10November 2021) - finding creatures including seals, sharks, seahorses and eels living in the London waterway.. .Although there was positive news for wildlife, and ecosystem recovery, experts from 16 organisations who helped compile the report also warned of pollution and climate change threats. . .Funded by Royal Bank of Canada as part of its RBC Blue Water Project, the report aimed to show what has changed in the Thames since it was declared ââ¬Ëbiologically deadââ¬â¢ in 1957. . .Highlighting the impact of dedicated conservation efforts, the overall picture was bright for nature, with evidence of an increase in a range of bird species, marine mammals and natural habitats such as carbon-capturing saltmarsh. Surprising species included seahorses, eels, seals and even shark species like the tope, starry smooth hound and spurdog. . .Si...

    商品コード: 2021111201798

  • 2013年04月26日
    Seals And Sharks Found In River Thames Survey

    April 26, 2013, London, United Kingdom: The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) published the results of its first complete health check of the River Thames on Wednesday (10November 2021) - finding creatures including seals, sharks, seahorses and eels living in the London waterway.. .Although there was positive news for wildlife, and ecosystem recovery, experts from 16 organisations who helped compile the report also warned of pollution and climate change threats. . .Funded by Royal Bank of Canada as part of its RBC Blue Water Project, the report aimed to show what has changed in the Thames since it was declared ââ¬Ëbiologically deadââ¬â¢ in 1957. . .Highlighting the impact of dedicated conservation efforts, the overall picture was bright for nature, with evidence of an increase in a range of bird species, marine mammals and natural habitats such as carbon-capturing saltmarsh. Surprising species included seahorses, eels, seals and even shark species like the tope, starry smooth hound and spurdog. . .Si...

    商品コード: 2021111201792

  • 2013年04月26日
    Seals And Sharks Found In River Thames Survey

    April 26, 2013, London, United Kingdom: The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) published the results of its first complete health check of the River Thames on Wednesday (10November 2021) - finding creatures including seals, sharks, seahorses and eels living in the London waterway.. .Although there was positive news for wildlife, and ecosystem recovery, experts from 16 organisations who helped compile the report also warned of pollution and climate change threats. . .Funded by Royal Bank of Canada as part of its RBC Blue Water Project, the report aimed to show what has changed in the Thames since it was declared ââ¬Ëbiologically deadââ¬â¢ in 1957. . .Highlighting the impact of dedicated conservation efforts, the overall picture was bright for nature, with evidence of an increase in a range of bird species, marine mammals and natural habitats such as carbon-capturing saltmarsh. Surprising species included seahorses, eels, seals and even shark species like the tope, starry smooth hound and spurdog. . .Si...

    商品コード: 2021111201781

  • 2017年08月16日
    Seals And Sharks Found In River Thames Survey

    August 16, 2017, London, United Kingdom: The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) published the results of its first complete health check of the River Thames on Wednesday (10November 2021) - finding creatures including seals, sharks, seahorses and eels living in the London waterway.. .Although there was positive news for wildlife, and ecosystem recovery, experts from 16 organisations who helped compile the report also warned of pollution and climate change threats. . .Funded by Royal Bank of Canada as part of its RBC Blue Water Project, the report aimed to show what has changed in the Thames since it was declared ââ¬Ëbiologically deadââ¬â¢ in 1957. . .Highlighting the impact of dedicated conservation efforts, the overall picture was bright for nature, with evidence of an increase in a range of bird species, marine mammals and natural habitats such as carbon-capturing saltmarsh. Surprising species included seahorses, eels, seals and even shark species like the tope, starry smooth hound and spurdog. . .S...

    商品コード: 2021111201775

  • 2017年08月16日
    Seals And Sharks Found In River Thames Survey

    August 16, 2017, London, United Kingdom: The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) published the results of its first complete health check of the River Thames on Wednesday (10November 2021) - finding creatures including seals, sharks, seahorses and eels living in the London waterway.. .Although there was positive news for wildlife, and ecosystem recovery, experts from 16 organisations who helped compile the report also warned of pollution and climate change threats. . .Funded by Royal Bank of Canada as part of its RBC Blue Water Project, the report aimed to show what has changed in the Thames since it was declared ââ¬Ëbiologically deadââ¬â¢ in 1957. . .Highlighting the impact of dedicated conservation efforts, the overall picture was bright for nature, with evidence of an increase in a range of bird species, marine mammals and natural habitats such as carbon-capturing saltmarsh. Surprising species included seahorses, eels, seals and even shark species like the tope, starry smooth hound and spurdog. . .S...

    商品コード: 2021111201793

  • 2017年10月26日
    Seals And Sharks Found In River Thames Survey

    October 26, 2017, London, United Kingdom: The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) published the results of its first complete health check of the River Thames on Wednesday (10November 2021) - finding creatures including seals, sharks, seahorses and eels living in the London waterway.. .Although there was positive news for wildlife, and ecosystem recovery, experts from 16 organisations who helped compile the report also warned of pollution and climate change threats. . .Funded by Royal Bank of Canada as part of its RBC Blue Water Project, the report aimed to show what has changed in the Thames since it was declared ââ¬Ëbiologically deadââ¬â¢ in 1957. . .Highlighting the impact of dedicated conservation efforts, the overall picture was bright for nature, with evidence of an increase in a range of bird species, marine mammals and natural habitats such as carbon-capturing saltmarsh. Surprising species included seahorses, eels, seals and even shark species like the tope, starry smooth hound and spurdog. . ....

    商品コード: 2021111201769

  • 2017年10月26日
    Seals And Sharks Found In River Thames Survey

    October 26, 2017, London, United Kingdom: The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) published the results of its first complete health check of the River Thames on Wednesday (10November 2021) - finding creatures including seals, sharks, seahorses and eels living in the London waterway.. .Although there was positive news for wildlife, and ecosystem recovery, experts from 16 organisations who helped compile the report also warned of pollution and climate change threats. . .Funded by Royal Bank of Canada as part of its RBC Blue Water Project, the report aimed to show what has changed in the Thames since it was declared ââ¬Ëbiologically deadââ¬â¢ in 1957. . .Highlighting the impact of dedicated conservation efforts, the overall picture was bright for nature, with evidence of an increase in a range of bird species, marine mammals and natural habitats such as carbon-capturing saltmarsh. Surprising species included seahorses, eels, seals and even shark species like the tope, starry smooth hound and spurdog. . ....

    商品コード: 2021111201772

  • 2017年10月26日
    Seals And Sharks Found In River Thames Survey

    October 26, 2017, London, United Kingdom: The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) published the results of its first complete health check of the River Thames on Wednesday (10November 2021) - finding creatures including seals, sharks, seahorses and eels living in the London waterway.. .Although there was positive news for wildlife, and ecosystem recovery, experts from 16 organisations who helped compile the report also warned of pollution and climate change threats. . .Funded by Royal Bank of Canada as part of its RBC Blue Water Project, the report aimed to show what has changed in the Thames since it was declared ââ¬Ëbiologically deadââ¬â¢ in 1957. . .Highlighting the impact of dedicated conservation efforts, the overall picture was bright for nature, with evidence of an increase in a range of bird species, marine mammals and natural habitats such as carbon-capturing saltmarsh. Surprising species included seahorses, eels, seals and even shark species like the tope, starry smooth hound and spurdog. . ....

    商品コード: 2021111201804

  • 2018年10月30日
    Seals And Sharks Found In River Thames Survey

    October 30, 2018, London, United Kingdom: The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) published the results of its first complete health check of the River Thames on Wednesday (10November 2021) - finding creatures including seals, sharks, seahorses and eels living in the London waterway.. .Although there was positive news for wildlife, and ecosystem recovery, experts from 16 organisations who helped compile the report also warned of pollution and climate change threats. . .Funded by Royal Bank of Canada as part of its RBC Blue Water Project, the report aimed to show what has changed in the Thames since it was declared ââ¬Ëbiologically deadââ¬â¢ in 1957. . .Highlighting the impact of dedicated conservation efforts, the overall picture was bright for nature, with evidence of an increase in a range of bird species, marine mammals and natural habitats such as carbon-capturing saltmarsh. Surprising species included seahorses, eels, seals and even shark species like the tope, starry smooth hound and spurdog. . ....

    商品コード: 2021111201795

  • 2018年10月30日
    Seals And Sharks Found In River Thames Survey

    October 30, 2018, London, United Kingdom: The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) published the results of its first complete health check of the River Thames on Wednesday (10November 2021) - finding creatures including seals, sharks, seahorses and eels living in the London waterway.. .Although there was positive news for wildlife, and ecosystem recovery, experts from 16 organisations who helped compile the report also warned of pollution and climate change threats. . .Funded by Royal Bank of Canada as part of its RBC Blue Water Project, the report aimed to show what has changed in the Thames since it was declared ââ¬Ëbiologically deadââ¬â¢ in 1957. . .Highlighting the impact of dedicated conservation efforts, the overall picture was bright for nature, with evidence of an increase in a range of bird species, marine mammals and natural habitats such as carbon-capturing saltmarsh. Surprising species included seahorses, eels, seals and even shark species like the tope, starry smooth hound and spurdog. . ....

    商品コード: 2021111201817

  • 2018年10月30日
    Seals And Sharks Found In River Thames Survey

    October 30, 2018, London, United Kingdom: The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) published the results of its first complete health check of the River Thames on Wednesday (10November 2021) - finding creatures including seals, sharks, seahorses and eels living in the London waterway.. .Although there was positive news for wildlife, and ecosystem recovery, experts from 16 organisations who helped compile the report also warned of pollution and climate change threats. . .Funded by Royal Bank of Canada as part of its RBC Blue Water Project, the report aimed to show what has changed in the Thames since it was declared ââ¬Ëbiologically deadââ¬â¢ in 1957. . .Highlighting the impact of dedicated conservation efforts, the overall picture was bright for nature, with evidence of an increase in a range of bird species, marine mammals and natural habitats such as carbon-capturing saltmarsh. Surprising species included seahorses, eels, seals and even shark species like the tope, starry smooth hound and spurdog. . ....

    商品コード: 2021111201783

  • 2020年12月24日
    Seals And Sharks Found In River Thames Survey

    December 24, 2020, London, United Kingdom: The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) published the results of its first complete health check of the River Thames on Wednesday (10November 2021) - finding creatures including seals, sharks, seahorses and eels living in the London waterway.. .Although there was positive news for wildlife, and ecosystem recovery, experts from 16 organisations who helped compile the report also warned of pollution and climate change threats. . .Funded by Royal Bank of Canada as part of its RBC Blue Water Project, the report aimed to show what has changed in the Thames since it was declared ââ¬Ëbiologically deadââ¬â¢ in 1957. . .Highlighting the impact of dedicated conservation efforts, the overall picture was bright for nature, with evidence of an increase in a range of bird species, marine mammals and natural habitats such as carbon-capturing saltmarsh. Surprising species included seahorses, eels, seals and even shark species like the tope, starry smooth hound and spurdog. . ...

    商品コード: 2021111201776

  • 2020年12月24日
    Seals And Sharks Found In River Thames Survey

    December 24, 2020, London, United Kingdom: The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) published the results of its first complete health check of the River Thames on Wednesday (10November 2021) - finding creatures including seals, sharks, seahorses and eels living in the London waterway.. .Although there was positive news for wildlife, and ecosystem recovery, experts from 16 organisations who helped compile the report also warned of pollution and climate change threats. . .Funded by Royal Bank of Canada as part of its RBC Blue Water Project, the report aimed to show what has changed in the Thames since it was declared ââ¬Ëbiologically deadââ¬â¢ in 1957. . .Highlighting the impact of dedicated conservation efforts, the overall picture was bright for nature, with evidence of an increase in a range of bird species, marine mammals and natural habitats such as carbon-capturing saltmarsh. Surprising species included seahorses, eels, seals and even shark species like the tope, starry smooth hound and spurdog. . ...

    商品コード: 2021111201767

  • 2021年08月12日
    Vietnam‘s Second Highest Mountain Found To Be Home To A Brand-New Species Of Frog

    August 12, 2021: Vietnam‘s second highest mountain, Mount Pu Ta Leng has been found to be home to a brand-new species of frog; the fifth to be discovered in the wider mountainous region in five years...Named the Mount Pu Ta Leng leaf-litter frog (Leptobrachellaââ¬Â¯graminicola), the latest amphibious addition was found in just one single valley on Mount Pu Ta Leng by a team of conservation biologists on an expedition led byââ¬Â¯internationalââ¬Â¯conservation charityââ¬Â¯ZSLââ¬â¢sââ¬Â¯(Zoological Society of London)ââ¬Â¯EDGEââ¬Â¯Hero, Luan Thanh Nguyen...The lofty terrainââ¬Â¯appears to beââ¬Â¯a hotspot of previously unknown amphibian species. Although the region has been subject to heavy deforestation over recent decades, fortunately the valley in which the new species was found is within the recently created, Batââ¬Â¯Xatââ¬Â¯Nature Reserve...Withââ¬Â¯wide fringes around its toesââ¬Â¯settingââ¬Â¯it apartââ¬Â¯from other species in the area, the small brown frog looksââ¬Â¯similar toââ¬Â¯othe...

    商品コード: 2021081209588

  • 2021年11月11日
    Seals And Sharks Found In River Thames Survey

    November 11, 2021, London, United Kingdom: The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) published the results of its first complete health check of the River Thames on Wednesday (10November 2021) - finding creatures including seals, sharks, seahorses and eels living in the London waterway.. .Although there was positive news for wildlife, and ecosystem recovery, experts from 16 organisations who helped compile the report also warned of pollution and climate change threats. . .Funded by Royal Bank of Canada as part of its RBC Blue Water Project, the report aimed to show what has changed in the Thames since it was declared ââ¬Ëbiologically deadââ¬â¢ in 1957. . .Highlighting the impact of dedicated conservation efforts, the overall picture was bright for nature, with evidence of an increase in a range of bird species, marine mammals and natural habitats such as carbon-capturing saltmarsh. Surprising species included seahorses, eels, seals and even shark species like the tope, starry smooth hound and spurdog. . ...

    商品コード: 2021111201826

  • 2021年11月11日
    Seals And Sharks Found In River Thames Survey

    November 11, 2021, London, United Kingdom: The Zoological Society of London (ZSL) published the results of its first complete health check of the River Thames on Wednesday (10November 2021) - finding creatures including seals, sharks, seahorses and eels living in the London waterway.. .Although there was positive news for wildlife, and ecosystem recovery, experts from 16 organisations who helped compile the report also warned of pollution and climate change threats. . .Funded by Royal Bank of Canada as part of its RBC Blue Water Project, the report aimed to show what has changed in the Thames since it was declared ââ¬Ëbiologically deadââ¬â¢ in 1957. . .Highlighting the impact of dedicated conservation efforts, the overall picture was bright for nature, with evidence of an increase in a range of bird species, marine mammals and natural habitats such as carbon-capturing saltmarsh. Surprising species included seahorses, eels, seals and even shark species like the tope, starry smooth hound and spurdog. . ...

    商品コード: 2021111201841

  • 2022年01月28日
    BRITAIN-LONDON-LONDON ZOO-TIGER CUB

    (220128) -- LONDON, Jan. 28, 2022 (Xinhua) -- Visitors are seen at ZSL (the Zoological Society of London) London Zoo in London, Britain, on Jan. 27, 2022. A Sumatran tiger cub was born here last month. The Sumatran tiger is classified as critically endangered on the International Union for Conservation of Nature‘s red list of threatened species. (Xinhua/Han Yan)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022012810136

  • 2022年01月28日
    BRITAIN-LONDON-LONDON ZOO-TIGER CUB

    (220128) -- LONDON, Jan. 28, 2022 (Xinhua) -- A Sumatran tiger cub is seen at ZSL (the Zoological Society of London) London Zoo in London, Britain, on Jan. 27, 2022. A Sumatran tiger cub was born here last month. The Sumatran tiger is classified as critically endangered on the International Union for Conservation of Nature‘s red list of threatened species. (Xinhua/Han Yan)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022012810201

  • 2022年01月28日
    BRITAIN-LONDON-LONDON ZOO-TIGER CUB

    (220128) -- LONDON, Jan. 28, 2022 (Xinhua) -- A Sumatran tiger cub is seen with its mum at ZSL (the Zoological Society of London) London Zoo in London, Britain, on Jan. 27, 2022. A Sumatran tiger cub was born here last month. The Sumatran tiger is classified as critically endangered on the International Union for Conservation of Nature‘s red list of threatened species. (Xinhua/Han Yan)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022012810208

  • 2022年01月28日
    BRITAIN-LONDON-LONDON ZOO-TIGER CUB

    (220128) -- LONDON, Jan. 28, 2022 (Xinhua) -- A Sumatran tiger cub is seen at ZSL (the Zoological Society of London) London Zoo in London, Britain, on Jan. 27, 2022. A Sumatran tiger cub was born here last month. The Sumatran tiger is classified as critically endangered on the International Union for Conservation of Nature‘s red list of threatened species. (Xinhua/Han Yan)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022012810243

  • 2022年01月28日
    BRITAIN-LONDON-LONDON ZOO-TIGER CUB

    (220128) -- LONDON, Jan. 28, 2022 (Xinhua) -- A Sumatran tiger cub is seen with its mum at ZSL (the Zoological Society of London) London Zoo in London, Britain, on Jan. 27, 2022. A Sumatran tiger cub was born here last month. The Sumatran tiger is classified as critically endangered on the International Union for Conservation of Nature‘s red list of threatened species. (Xinhua/Han Yan)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022012810127

  • 2022年01月28日
    BRITAIN-LONDON-LONDON ZOO-TIGER CUB

    (220128) -- LONDON, Jan. 28, 2022 (Xinhua) -- A Sumatran tiger cub is seen with its mum at ZSL (the Zoological Society of London) London Zoo in London, Britain, on Jan. 27, 2022. A Sumatran tiger cub was born here last month. The Sumatran tiger is classified as critically endangered on the International Union for Conservation of Nature‘s red list of threatened species. (Xinhua/Han Yan)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022012810140

  • 2022年01月28日
    BRITAIN-LONDON-LONDON ZOO-TIGER CUB

    (220128) -- LONDON, Jan. 28, 2022 (Xinhua) -- A Sumatran tiger cub is seen with its mum at ZSL (the Zoological Society of London) London Zoo in London, Britain, on Jan. 27, 2022. A Sumatran tiger cub was born here last month. The Sumatran tiger is classified as critically endangered on the International Union for Conservation of Nature‘s red list of threatened species. (Xinhua/Han Yan)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022012810211

  • 2022年01月28日
    BRITAIN-LONDON-LONDON ZOO-TIGER CUB

    (220128) -- LONDON, Jan. 28, 2022 (Xinhua) -- A Sumatran tiger cub is seen with its mum at ZSL (the Zoological Society of London) London Zoo in London, Britain, on Jan. 27, 2022. A Sumatran tiger cub was born here last month. The Sumatran tiger is classified as critically endangered on the International Union for Conservation of Nature‘s red list of threatened species. (Xinhua/Han Yan)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022012810122

  • 2022年01月28日
    BRITAIN-LONDON-LONDON ZOO-TIGER CUB

    (220128) -- LONDON, Jan. 28, 2022 (Xinhua) -- A Sumatran tiger cub is seen at ZSL (the Zoological Society of London) London Zoo in London, Britain, on Jan. 27, 2022. A Sumatran tiger cub was born here last month. The Sumatran tiger is classified as critically endangered on the International Union for Conservation of Nature‘s red list of threatened species. (Xinhua/Han Yan)、クレジット:新華社/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022012810113

  • 2022年01月29日
    Wild chimpanzee and baby snapped for first time inside Cameroon national park

    January 29, 2022: The first-ever photo of a chimpanzee has been snapped inside Douala-Edea National Park, Cameroon by wildlife-monitoring camera-traps set up by conservation charity ZSL (Zoological Society of London)...In time for World Chimpanzee Day, the first photographic evidence of chimpanzees inside the park is especially exciting because it shows a mum carrying her baby ââ¬â confirming the apes are breeding in the park...Before this image was taken, the presence of the species was only confirmed by track marks or dung samples. The team will now install more camera traps to better understand the number of individuals living in the park and their health...The Nigeria-Cameroon chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes ellioti) isââ¬Â¯classified as Endangered on the IUCN Red List. These chimps are at risk of extinction in the wild due to hunting and ongoing habitat loss caused by illegal timber exploitation, loss of land for farming, and bush fires thought to be exacerbated by climate change...ZSL have been working...

    商品コード: 2022071611670

  • 2022年01月29日
    Wild chimpanzee and baby snapped for first time inside Cameroon national park

    January 29, 2022: The first-ever photo of a chimpanzee has been snapped inside Douala-Edea National Park, Cameroon by wildlife-monitoring camera-traps set up by conservation charity ZSL (Zoological Society of London)...In time for World Chimpanzee Day, the first photographic evidence of chimpanzees inside the park is especially exciting because it shows a mum carrying her baby ââ¬â confirming the apes are breeding in the park...Before this image was taken, the presence of the species was only confirmed by track marks or dung samples. The team will now install more camera traps to better understand the number of individuals living in the park and their health...The Nigeria-Cameroon chimpanzee (Pan troglodytes ellioti) isââ¬Â¯classified as Endangered on the IUCN Red List. These chimps are at risk of extinction in the wild due to hunting and ongoing habitat loss caused by illegal timber exploitation, loss of land for farming, and bush fires thought to be exacerbated by climate change...ZSL have been working...

    商品コード: 2022071611669

  • 2022年06月06日
    First-Of-Its-Kind Blueprint Uses Satellites To Measure Multiple Climate Change Impacts On Coral Reefs

    June 6, 2022: A team of experts led by ZSL (Zoological Society London) have used satellite technology to monitor some of the worldââ¬â¢s most remote and vulnerable coral reefs, and for the first time, observe multiple climate change related stressors from data freely available through Google Earth Engine...With climate change creating a complex mix of detrimental impacts on these precious ecosystems through rising sea surface temperatures, stronger wind and changes in water depth, current and cloud cover, it is key for conservation scientists to take the combined effects into account when trying to evaluate and protect coral reefs...Satellite data has long been used to monitor surface temperatures of some of the worldââ¬â¢s most remote and hard to reach marine habitats, but as revealed in a new study published this week in Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation, conservationists have gone one step further, using Google Earth Engine technology to investigate how changing environmental factors combine ...

    商品コード: 2022061009135

  • 2022年06月06日
    First-Of-Its-Kind Blueprint Uses Satellites To Measure Multiple Climate Change Impacts On Coral Reefs

    June 6, 2022: A team of experts led by ZSL (Zoological Society London) have used satellite technology to monitor some of the worldââ¬â¢s most remote and vulnerable coral reefs, and for the first time, observe multiple climate change related stressors from data freely available through Google Earth Engine...With climate change creating a complex mix of detrimental impacts on these precious ecosystems through rising sea surface temperatures, stronger wind and changes in water depth, current and cloud cover, it is key for conservation scientists to take the combined effects into account when trying to evaluate and protect coral reefs...Satellite data has long been used to monitor surface temperatures of some of the worldââ¬â¢s most remote and hard to reach marine habitats, but as revealed in a new study published this week in Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation, conservationists have gone one step further, using Google Earth Engine technology to investigate how changing environmental factors combine ...

    商品コード: 2022061009192

  • 2022年06月06日
    First-Of-Its-Kind Blueprint Uses Satellites To Measure Multiple Climate Change Impacts On Coral Reefs

    June 6, 2022: A team of experts led by ZSL (Zoological Society London) have used satellite technology to monitor some of the worldââ¬â¢s most remote and vulnerable coral reefs, and for the first time, observe multiple climate change related stressors from data freely available through Google Earth Engine...With climate change creating a complex mix of detrimental impacts on these precious ecosystems through rising sea surface temperatures, stronger wind and changes in water depth, current and cloud cover, it is key for conservation scientists to take the combined effects into account when trying to evaluate and protect coral reefs...Satellite data has long been used to monitor surface temperatures of some of the worldââ¬â¢s most remote and hard to reach marine habitats, but as revealed in a new study published this week in Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation, conservationists have gone one step further, using Google Earth Engine technology to investigate how changing environmental factors combine ...

    商品コード: 2022061007945

  • 2022年06月06日
    First-Of-Its-Kind Blueprint Uses Satellites To Measure Multiple Climate Change Impacts On Coral Reefs

    June 6, 2022: A team of experts led by ZSL (Zoological Society London) have used satellite technology to monitor some of the worldââ¬â¢s most remote and vulnerable coral reefs, and for the first time, observe multiple climate change related stressors from data freely available through Google Earth Engine...With climate change creating a complex mix of detrimental impacts on these precious ecosystems through rising sea surface temperatures, stronger wind and changes in water depth, current and cloud cover, it is key for conservation scientists to take the combined effects into account when trying to evaluate and protect coral reefs...Satellite data has long been used to monitor surface temperatures of some of the worldââ¬â¢s most remote and hard to reach marine habitats, but as revealed in a new study published this week in Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation, conservationists have gone one step further, using Google Earth Engine technology to investigate how changing environmental factors combine ...

    商品コード: 2022061009214

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