Tails From The Zoo

Manitoba Biodiversity February 4, 2010

Filed under: Biodiversity,Uncategorized — Scott Gray @ 11:20 am
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Here are a couple of good biodiversity articles. The first one focuses on biodiversity issues from a Manitoba perspective:



The second one is an article by Bob Wrigley, the Assiniboine Park Zoo’s Curator. It’s a great introduction to biodiversity around the province with a historical context. Here’s a quick excerpt:

There are 635 vertebrate (back-boned) animals, over 31,000 invertebrates (“lower” animals), 2433 plants, 800 lichens (a symbiotic association of fungi and algae), 3000 fungi, and a staggering 36,000 algae in Manitoba; certain of these figures will continue to rise with new studies.

Please click here to read the full article: Buzzword Biodiversity


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