New information in todays green news shows that elephants don’t have the longest memories of the animal kingdom. So who does?
- NOAA’s report card on 2012′s climate is out — and it’s not pretty. (CBS News)
- It’s dolphins — not elephants — who appear to have the longest memories in the animal kingdom. (The Register)
- Now that Costa Rica has decided to close its zoos, where will the animals go? (National Geographic)
- More proof that keystone species are important: return of wolves in Yellowstone appears to be helping bear populations, too. (BBC News)
- And the dwindling of another keystone species — sharks — is affecting the ocean ecosystem worldwide. (Fox News)
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