Here’s the latest carnivalia in the blogosphere;
Carnival of Evolution, 15 October 2008 issue. This is a new blog carnival that focuses on evolution, and there’s a lot of material to read there.
And this link is late (my bad!), but better than never: the Carnival of Cities, 8 October 2008 edition. There’s plenty of material here to read and enjoy, especially for those of you who like to travel, even if it’s only vicariously.
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- Limited gene flow between 2 Bengal tiger populations in the western Himalayan foothills scienmag.com/limited-gene-f… via @scienmag 6 hours ago
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- 100 martial eagles would require a human-free sanctuary the size of a small country #birds #ornithology nrdc.org/onearth/africa… 7 hours ago
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