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Cougar predation key to ecosystem health

...ecology. "When park development caused cougar to begin leaving Zion Canyon in the 1930s, it allo...is sufficiently remote that it still has an intact cougar population and far fewer mule deer. In contrast to Zion Canyon, streambanks in this watershed have n...

Finding a virus is not all bad news

...hen tested for the FIV virus, which is passed from cougar to cougar through physical contact or at birth. "Viruses evolve rapidly so once you have a common virus such ...

Wildlife professor updates 'best available science' on Florida panther

...t, Vaughan adds "relocation studies with the Texas cougar in Florida have shown the large carnivore can adapt, intermingle with the native panther, and thrive its new environment."...

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(Date:6/17/2015)... , June 17, 2015  Crossmatch™, a leading ... that its U.are.U ® 4500 fingerprint readers ... Eateries, Inc., a San Jose, ... to increase security, improve accountability and reduce fraud ... instant, non-repudiable identity confirmation for employee sign in ...
(Date:6/16/2015)... GOTHENBURG, Sweden , June 16, 2015 ... including all touch fingerprint sensors in the company,s portfolio from ... . Deliveries are planned to mainly take place during the ... manufacturers in Asia . Jörgen ... another evidence of    the   growing interest from smartphone ...
(Date:6/15/2015)... YORK , June 15, 2015 ... today from Telstra reveals the majority of US consumers using ... them via biometrics, such as fingerprint and voiceprint, instead of ... According to Telstra,s " Mobile Identity   - ... " report, with smartphones now the primary channel used ...
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