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Testing the environmental buffering hypothesis of cooperative breeding in the Seychelles warbler

Absence of the pace-of-life syndrome in a territorial passerine, Acrocephalus sechellensis

A meta-analysis on the heritability of vertebrate telomere length

Assessing the causes and consequences of gut mycobiome variation in a wild population of the Seychelles warbler

Causes and consequences of telomere lengthening in a wild vertebrate population

Early-life conditions impact juvenile telomere length, but do not predict later life-history strategies or fitness in a wild vertebrate

Early-life seasonal, weather and social effects on telomere length in a wild mammal

Immunogenetic variation shapes the gut microbiome in a natural vertebrate population

Population level consequences of facultatively cooperative behaviour in a stochastic environment

Rainfall is associated with social behaviour in Seychelles warblers

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Eva zoekt uit: Waarom gaan we dood?

‘Hot air in Glasgow means it’s time for radical leadership’: Read full letter signed by more than 200 academics

Open Research Award 2021: de winnaars

A warning on climate and the risk of societal collapse

Seychelles: $78,000 Donation for Nature Seychelles Will Rebuild Cousin Island Research Centre

Tummy rumbles? Otters juggle pebbles when hungry, study finds

Codger badger- Britain’s oldest ever badger Bertie, 20, lined up for luxury retirement

Countering gender bias at conferences

Study finds women biologists more likely to avoid spotlight at conferences

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