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  • The seasonal movements of species in the natural world, such as the migration of these Common Cranes, is reflected in people’s internet activity finds a new study from researchers at the University of Oxford, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, and the University of Birmingham. These findings open up new possibilities for monitoring the movements of species, selecting flagship species for conservation, and for better understanding how people interact with the natural world.
    Uri Roll
    The seasonal movements of species in the natural world, such as the migration of these Common Cranes, is reflected in people’s internet activity finds a new study from researchers at the University of Oxford, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, and the University of Birmingham. These findings open up new possibilities for monitoring the movements of species, selecting flagship species for conservation, and for better understanding how people interact with the natural world.
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