Environment Biodiversity New Guinea - Over 1000 New Species Found

New Guinea - Over 1000 New Species Found
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A decade-long biodiversity survey of the tropical island of New Guinea cites no less than 1, 060 new species of plants and animals discovered between 1998 and 2008. New Guinea’s rain forest is the third largest in the world and its extraordinary, biological riches face continuous threats from human development.

Source: Planetsave (http://s.tt/12Uqb)

A decade-long biodiversity survey of the tropical island of New Guinea cites no less than 1, 060 new species of plants and animals discovered between 1998 and 2008. New Guinea’s rain forest is the third largest in the world and its extraordinary, biological riches face continuous threats from human development.

Source: Planetsave (http://s.tt/12Uqb)

A decade-long biodiversity survey of the tropical island of New Guinea cites no less than 1, 060 new species of plants and animals discovered between 1998 and 2008. New Guinea’s rain forest is the third largest in the world and its extraordinary, biological riches face continuous threats from human development.

Source: Planetsave (http://s.tt/12Uqb)

A decade-long biodiversity survey of the tropical island of New Guinea cites no less than 1, 060 new species of plants and animals discovered between 1998 and 2008. New Guinea’s rain forest is the third largest in the world and its extraordinary, biological riches face continuous threats from human development.

Source: Planetsave (http://s.tt/12Uqb)

http://planetsave.com/2011/07/25/new-guinea-garden-of-eden-on-earth-over-1000-new-species-found-photos/

A decade-long biodiversity survey of the tropical island of New Guinea cites no less than 1, 060 new species of plants and animals discovered between 1998 and 2008. New Guinea’s rain forest is the third largest in the world and its extraordinary, biological riches face continuous threats from human development.

Source: Planetsave (http://s.tt/12Uqb)

 

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