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Screenshot: Newly Discovered: Fossil Slender-billed Albatross , © Senckenberg

Newly Discovered: Fossil Slender-billed Albatross (17/07/2019)
Scientists describe an almost complete albatross skull from the Pliocene epoch... more

Screenshot: 30,000-Year-Old Murder Solved , © Senckenberg

30,000-Year-Old Murder Solved (04/07/2019)
Earliest modern European fell victim to an act of violence ... more

Screenshot: Fossil Water Flea Comes Alive, © Senckenberg

Fossil Water Flea Comes Alive (02/07/2019)
A species of cladoceran believed to be extinct has been rediscovered ... more

Screenshot: At the Top of the Food Pyramid , © Senckenberg

At the Top of the Food Pyramid (26/06/2019)
Tooth enamel analyses offer insights into the diet and habitat of the T. rex relative Tarbosaurus... more

Screenshot: Mysterious Ape from Java Unmasked, © Senckenberg

Mysterious Ape from Java Unmasked (09/04/2019)
Studies of fossil teeth reveal another Pleistocene ape species from Southeast Asia... more

Screenshot: A double burden: Land use and climate jointly alter montane biodiversity and ecosystems, © Senckenberg

A double burden: Land use and climate jointly alter montane biodiversity and ecosystems (29/03/2019)
The increasing land use in tropical mountain regions leads to a decrease in biodiversity and to changes in the ecosystems... more

Screenshot: European farmlands are losing their insect-eating birds, © Senckenberg

European farmlands are losing their insect-eating birds (27/03/2019)
The number of birds that primarily feed on insects has decreased significantly during the past 25 years in the European Union... more

Screenshot: The big picture about climate change emerges from looking at small bivalves, © Senckenberg

The big picture about climate change emerges from looking at small bivalves (26/03/2019)
Researchers from the Senckenberg Biodiversity and Climate Research Centre and collaborating institutions combined records of bivalves during the last 66 million years with models of global ocean temperatures... more

Screenshot: Fluttering Toward Extinction: Butterfly Numbers Down By Two-Thirds, © Senckenberg

Fluttering Toward Extinction: Butterfly Numbers Down By Two-Thirds (19/03/2019)
Scientists call for a change in agricultural approaches... more

Screenshot: Big Game Hunt With Tusk Spears, © Senckenberg

Big Game Hunt With Tusk Spears (28/02/2019)
Mammoth ivory used as a raw material for hunting weapons... more

Screenshot: The Spider from the Bamboo Cane, © Senckenberg

The Spider from the Bamboo Cane (27/02/2019)
A new species of huntsman spider described... more

Screenshot: Newly Discovered Turtle Species Is Facing Extinction, © Senckenberg

Newly Discovered Turtle Species Is Facing Extinction (13/02/2019)
A new species of softshell turtle discovered in Northern Vietnam and China... more

Screenshot: Discovery of the Oldest Seedeaters, © Senckenberg

Discovery of the Oldest Seedeaters (07/02/2019)
Scientists describe the earliest relatives of the passerine birds... more

Screenshot: T. rex: Flexible Head, © Senckenberg

T. rex: Flexible Head (07/02/2019)
The carnivorous dinosaur possessed a unique skull... more

Press contact

Dr. Sören Dürr
Tel.: 069 7542-1580

Judith Jördens
Tel.: 069 7542-1434
Mobil: 0172-5842340

Anna Lena Schnettler
Tel.: 069 7542-1561

Dr. Alexandra Donecker
Tel.: 069 7542 1209

Email:

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