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Big eyes but diminished brain power: Night-time activity makes its mark on fish brains (06/07/2018)
An international team, among them researchers of the Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre, has discovered that despite having massive eyes, nocturnal fish have less brain tissue devoted to processing visual stimuli. ... more

Temnothorax ants engaged in brood care

Brood care gene steers the division of labour among ants (18/06/2018)
Scientists at the University of Mainz and the Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre have identified a gene regulating the division of labour among ants ... more

Asian Tiger Mosquito

Asian tiger mosquito on the move (18/05/2018)
Scientists at the Goethe University and the Senckenberg Gesellschaft für Naturforschung have found that the invasive Asian tiger mosquito has not yet arrived in all regions, where they would find a suitable environment.... more

Calcifying algae Emiliania huxleyi

Abrupt Rise in Sea Level Delayed the Transition to Agriculture in Southeastern Europe (22/03/2018)
Researchers of the Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre, the Goethe University in Frankfurt and the University of Toronto have detected evidence of this oceanographic event in the fossils of tiny calcifying marine algae preserved in seafloor sediments in the Aegean Sea. ... more

Mount Kilimanjaro AHemp

Mountains become islands: Ecological dangers of increasing land use in East Africa (14/03/2018)
Researchers of the Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Centre and the University of Bayreuth have discovered that Africa's highest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, is turning into an "ecological island". ... more

Temnothorax americanus

Ant raids: It is all in the genes (07/03/2018)
Researchers at the Senckenberg Nature Research Society and the University of Mainz recently discovered that the raids by slavemaker ants are controlled by different genes in each of several closely related ant species of the genus Temnothorax. ... more

Screenshot: Florale Schneckenpost , © Senckenberg

Florale Schneckenpost (13/02/2018)
Nicht-heimische Schnecken gelangen über Blumenhandel nach Europa... more

Egyptian Goose Tim Blackburn

Up to 16 % of Animal and Plant Species are Potential Emigrants (05/02/2018)
Overall, up to 16 percent of all animal and plant species have the potential to be transported to new areas by humans.... more

Bears on a road in Poland

Mammals move less in human-modified landscapes (25/01/2018)
On average, mammals move only half to one third of the distance in human-modified landscapes than they do in the wild. ... more

Screenshot: The History of Humanity Does Not Require Rewriting: The

The History of Humanity Does Not Require Rewriting: The "Case of Untermassfeld" (15/01/2018)
Senckenberg scientists refute a publication regarding a purported sensational archeological discovery... more

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