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07.01.2019

First estimates of body mass change between the breeding and wintering stage in Atlantic Puffins.

By measuring body mass and wing length of adult Atlantic Puffins on their breeding grounds and in their wintering areas near the Faroe Islands, resea...
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A recent study has shown serious side effects from radio transmitters implanted into the abdominal cavity of brown bears. Photo: Jan Ove Gjernshaug, NINA
15.10.2018

Long-term side-effects of abdominal implants in brown bears

A recent study from the Scandinavian Brown Bear Research Project has shown serious side effects from radio transmitters implanted into the abdominal ...
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