Biodiversity in the tree tops

Scientists have long known about the large number and diversity of animal and plant species in rainforests. Now researchers have noted how the trees themselves act like highways for numerous species of ants to traverse large areas.


Rainforest Trees are like Islands

By Veronique Greenwood

The Atlantic

February 6, 2017

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