Eleven years of monitoring adder populations has provided evidence of what many ecologists have sensed for a long time - that one of our iconic reptiles, the adder is in serious decline.
The study showed that 90% of adder populations were small and declining with only 10 having large populations that were healthy. Worryingly, there is a danger that in 10-20 years, the adder populations would become increasingly fragmented and isolated and this could lead to a serious risk of extinction.
27/3/2019 12:24:25 pm
I guess that we gain back to back advantages from each other. Without other species, the ecology won't grow properly. We have to consider the animals, whether they are good or bad and they have to live, not for us, but for the surroundings that also gives us an advantage. It was really nice to see animals, whether they are good or not. Everything has their own limits and I think that if we used them properly, we are able to produce a better world.
15/11/2022 12:50:51 am
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