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20 mai 2016 5 20 /05 /mai /2016 16:40
NOUVELLE VAGUE

Dans la réserve "Land of Leopard", les chatons sont trois fois plus nombreux qu'il y a deux ans. 16 léopardeaux de l'Amour ont été photographiés par les caméras - pièges. 8 femelles ont enfanté. Les données les plus récentes, qui mentionnaient une progression, depuis le début du siècle, de 30 à 80 individus, sont d'ores et déjà dépassées... The Siberian Times, ce jour. PROOF : how the most endangered big cat in the world is recovering.

http://siberiantimes.com/ecology/casestudy/news/n0680-proof-how-the-most-endangered-big-cat-in-the-world-is-recovering/

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19 mai 2016 4 19 /05 /mai /2016 15:41

Demain et ce week - end, les léopards et ours à collier gujaratis de la forêt de Gir et de ses environs vont être recensés, 100 caméras - pièges ayant notamment été installées pour cette opération. Cela permettra d'évaluer le degré de compatibilité entre lions d'Asie et léopards dans une zone ou les premiers sont écologiquement surdominants (ils sont entre 500 et 600). The Times of India, ce jour. Himanshu Kaushik. "100 cameras installed for leopard and sloth bear census".

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/environment/flora-fauna/100-cameras-installed-for-leopard-and-sloth-bear-census/articleshow/52348245.cms

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18 mai 2016 3 18 /05 /mai /2016 15:30
PORTE DU MONDE SOUTERRAIN

BATAGAIKA. LE RECHAUFFEMENT CLIMATIQUE MET LE PERMAFROST A NU. Près du village De Batagai (district de Verkhoiansk, Nord - Est de la république de Sakha (Yakoutie)), un cratère qui s'est formé pendant les années 60, s'élargit de 15m par an depuis 2008. Il met à nu une couche de permafrost vieille de 200 000 ans. The Siberian Times, ce jour. 200 000 year old soil found at mysterious crater a "gate to the subterranean world".

http://siberiantimes.com/science/casestudy/news/n0678-200000-year-old-soil-found-at-mysterious-crater-a-gate-to-the-subterranean-world/

PORTE DU MONDE SOUTERRAIN

On observe des dépressions thermokarstiques semblables au Canada septentrional, mais celle - ci est deux à trois fois plus profonde. Elle avait délivré, au siècle dernier, des restes de bisons, chevaux, élans, mammouths et cerfs. En 2009, ce fut le cas d'un jeune bison momifié et d'un poulain de la période Holocène.

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18 mai 2016 3 18 /05 /mai /2016 15:07
UNE BONNE VIE

BORIS ET SVETLAYA S'EPANOUISSENT AU BIROBIDJAN. Amur Tiger Programme, ce jour.

http://programmes.putin.kremlin.ru/en/tiger/news/25306

A field expedition of the Centre for the Rehabilitation and Reintroduction of Tigers and Other Rare Animals (PRNCO “Tiger Center”) has collected new data on the life of two Amur tigers, Boris and Svetlaya.

During their visit to the Zhuravliny Nature Sanctuary in the Jewish Autonomous Region, the tigers’ current home, the scientists got photos taken in the last few months by camera traps.

“Judging by the data, the tigers are feeling well and are confident hunters, which proves the success of the project to rehabilitate the predators and release them into the wild,” said Viktor Kuzmenko, PRNCO “Tiger Center” director.

Amur tiger Borya (Boris) and two other orphaned tiger cubs, Kuzya and Ilona, were set free by Vladimir Putin in May 2014 in the Amur Region. The tigress Svetlaya and Ustin, a male tiger, were released in the Jewish Autonomous Region a month later.

Svetlaya stayed in the Zhuravliny Nature Sanctuary and its neighbourhood while Borya remained within the Zhelundinsky Wildlife Sanctuary for over a year. Last October, he began to expand his habitat in the Amur Region and came to the Zhuravliny Nature Sanctuary in November. Since then, Borya and Svetlaya’s routes often coincided, and they left their marks and hunted in the same places.

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17 mai 2016 2 17 /05 /mai /2016 07:06

Incertitude à Ranthambore. Au moins douze tigres ont "disparu". Essaimage discret? Mort violente? Autre(s) cas de figure? Hindustan Times, avant - hier. Article détaillé de Kumar Sambhav Shrivastava. "Where are the big cats? Curious case of Ranthambore's missing tigers."

http://www.hindustantimes.com/travel/the-curious-case-of-ranthambore-s-missing-tigers/story-oT8C6AtIM0PiUPmmwq9QpL.html

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17 mai 2016 2 17 /05 /mai /2016 06:59

QUAND ON EST FORT, ON RESISTE A TOUT. La meilleure protection contre le changement climatique : LA BIODIVERSITE (Ce Qu'il Fallait Confirmer...). Science Daily, hier.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/05/160516181221.htm

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16 mai 2016 1 16 /05 /mai /2016 08:07

Réinitialisation. Réapprendre simplement à vivre. Un villageois du nord - est de la Chine a fait une "bouleversante" rencontre. Qui est appelée à se banaliser... China Daily, il y a 6 jours. Agence Xinhua. Chinese villager survives wild tiger encounter.

CHANGCHUN -- What should you do when confronted by a tiger in the forest? A villager in northeast China last week survived such an encounter after shouting at the beast.

Cao Bingguang from Chunhua Town in Hunchun, Jilin Province, was picking wild edible plants in a local forest with fellow villager Xiang Laoqi on May 5. After they split up, Cao suddenly heard footsteps nearby. He looked up and saw a tiger less than 20 meters away.

"I was petrified," Cao recalled. "I thought, 'That's it. I'm done!'"

He had never seen a real tiger before. He found the big cat to be about 80 centimeters tall with very strong legs. It was so near that he could clearly see the stripe on its face.

Terror gripped him, but he remembered some guidance from the local forestry department: Don't run from a tiger. Look it straight in the eyes and shout at it. That might scare it away.

Cao began calling his friend Xiang as loudly as he could, and backed away slowly. To his surprise, the tiger stared at him for a few seconds, turned around and leaped into the woods.

As the animal disappeared, Cao ran for his motorcycle and rode back to Chunhua nonstop. "I fell down several times. I even didn't realize I had scraped my legs," he said.

Cao called the police when he arrived at the village. Policemen and other locals began a search of the forest. They found Xiang safe and sound, but the tiger was nowhere to be found.

Bordering Russia, Chunhua is located in Hunchun National Siberian Tiger Nature Reserve. Cases of tigers injuring domestic animals are occasionally reported.

Siberian tigers almost died out in China in the 1950s. But they have been spotted in greater numbers in recent years thanks to conservation initiative. According to an official survey, the number of Siberian tigers in Jilin Province has increased from less than 10 in 1998 to about 27 in 2015.

Forestry experts suggest anyone encountering a tiger should resist the urge to turn and run or lower their heads, as such behavior would lead the predator to regard you as prey. The best thing to do is stay still. If the tiger comes close, you should protect your head and neck with both arms and shout for help.

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14 mai 2016 6 14 /05 /mai /2016 08:03

Les barrages hydroélectriques que les mongols comptaient réaliser sur la Selenga (dont le delta débouche dans le Baïkal) et l'un de ses affluents, l'Orkhon, vont être probablement abandonnés. Les travaux ont déjà commencé, avec des financements chinois. Moscou négocie avec Oulan - Bator un jeu alternatif de donnant - donnant financier, qui lève ainsi une hypothèque sur l'Avenir du lac Baïkal. La Banque Mondiale a assuré le kremlin que, dans ce cadre, elle venait d'annuler le financement de deux projets majeurs constituant l'essentiel du plan mongol. Siberian Times, hier. Key victory in campaign to save Lake Baïkal from mongolian "ecothreat".

http://siberiantimes.com/ecology/casestudy/news/n0675-key-victory-in-campaign-to-save-lake-baikal-from-mongolian-eco-threat/

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11 mai 2016 3 11 /05 /mai /2016 15:41

En Inde centrale, la Fondation Satpuda, qui travaille à la conservation de la vie sauvage et l'épanouissement des communautés, assure les soins au sein de celles - ci et obtient en retour une adhésion massive effective à la protection du tigre dans le secteur (plus de 400 animaux sont concernés). Times of India, ce jour. Vijay Pinjarkar. "Satpuda treats over 20 000 tribals for tiger conservation."

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/home/environment/flora-fauna/Satpuda-treats-over-20000-tribals-for-tiger-conservation/articleshow/52222372.cms

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11 mai 2016 3 11 /05 /mai /2016 15:29
FEUX DU NORD

Comme l'Alberta canadien, la Transbaïkalie, la Bouriatie et la région de l'Amour s'enflamment. Siberian Times, ce jour. "Wildfires rage in Siberia and Russian Far East."

http://siberiantimes.com/ecology/others/news/n0674-wildfires-rage-in-siberia-and-russian-far-east/

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