Mining our ecosystems: Overconsumption, climate change and biodiversity

Business Mirror: Farting dinosaurs are probably not among the first thoughts that come to mind when thinking about today’s urgent global matters. Notwithstanding, looking back a few million years to the Mesozoic--the dinosaur era--precisely this could have been considered a high-ranking environmental problem. A recent study shows that the long-necked sauropods--one of the dominant dinosaur groups--had gut bacteria to help them digest their food, akin to other herbivores. These bacteria also produce methane, which......

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