Malaria-carrying parasites spread more when they can jump into multiple birds
Posted April 30, 2018
A study found that blood parasites that cause malaria spread more widely if they can use many different kinds of birds as hosts. But even those 'generalist' parasites are limited.
Farming fish saves land
New evidence shows seafood from aquatic farming -- aquaculture -- can help feed the future global population while substantially reducing one of the biggest environmental impacts of meat production -- land use -- without requiring people to entirely abandon meat as a food source.
Reef fish inherit tolerance to warming oceans
Thanks to mom and dad, baby reef fish may have what it takes to adjust to hotter oceans.