Lonely Species Matter Too

Nature World: The lemur, Javan rhino and Santa Cruz kangaroo rat are all lonely animals, but they matter too, according to a new study. As endemic species, living in habitats restricted to a particular area, they are more important to biodiversity than previously thought. Factors like climate change and urban development have all forced these animals into a lonely existence, however, they have also developed unique strategies as a means for survival. And these characteristics, as described in the journal PLOS......

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