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Half of Europe's butterflies will disappear in the next two decades because of pesticides and soil pollution, according to experts.

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Reuters - Innovations Video Online (Dec. 29, 2014) — The traditional round-bottom glass used by chemists for generations could be under threat after Danish scientists invent a new two-chamber flask that can change CO2 into medicine, while protecting against contact with dangerous chemicals. Jim Drury went to see how it worked. Video provided by Reuters
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Experiment Tracks Lizards and Butterflies Through Climate Change

Experiment Tracks Lizards and Butterflies Through Climate Change

Reuters (Aug. 20, 2011) — A unique experiment in the French Pyrenees is tracking the responses of lizards and butterflies in a man-made facility to the effects climate change.
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Millions of Butterflies Begin Migration to Mexico

Millions of Butterflies Begin Migration to Mexico

Reuters (Nov. 22, 2011) — As Monarch butterflies migrate to Mexico's forested mountains in Michoacan, biologists fear droughts in the US and Mexico will affect their numbers.
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