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News: December 2015

“Darwin’s puddle” shows how new species can emerge without geographic separation

Cichlid fish from a tiny volcanic crater have been caught in the act of sympatric speciation Can new species really evolve if there is no physical boundary to drive genetic separation? Physical and genomic evidence from the 700-metre wide volcanic crater Lake Massoko appears to have caught the process in the act.

Publication date: 18 December 2015

How noise pollution is changing animal behaviour

This article by Dr Graeme Shannon , Lecturer at the School of Biological Sciences, was originally published on The Conversation . Read the original article .

Publication date: 17 December 2015

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