Conserving Top Predators Results in Less CO2 in the Air While scientists have long-known that predators lead to carbon storage by reducing herbivore populations, a new study reveals a novel way in which top predators cause an ecosystem to store more carbon
June 20, 2013 - Environmental News Network
Herb Sendek in Charlotte Observer The Herbivore T-shirts are nice,Sendek said. "I wish they would have touched them up a little bit to make me look maybe like Brad Pitt or one of those guys, but I've got to live with it."
Scott Hocknull in Times Online It's phenomenal to find two dinosaurs in the same site,Mr Hocknull told The Times. "There's a bit of a mystery around why they were both there. Maybe they both drowned or perhaps the herbivore was stuck in the mud and it attracted the...