The word species is a noun. Species means (1) a specific kind of something, (2) (biology) taxonomic group whose members can interbreed.
The following articles and web pages elaborate on the word species.
Chocolate is a food made that is from the beans of cocoa trees. Learn about the two species of cocoa trees are native to Central America and the Amazon River basin in South America.
This is the website for the branch of government that is committed to conserve, protect, and enhance fish, wildlife, and plants and their environments. Users can find information about fishing, hunting, endangered species, conservation and much more.
The IUCN, located in Geneva, is a multicultural, multilingual organization with staff in 40 countries. Its mission is to influence, encourage and assist societies to preserve the natural world and achieve sustainability. The IUCN monitors endangered species, conducts and supports research, disseminates knowledge through its bookstore, and is an official observer at the UN General Assembly.
The National Zoo, a part of the Smithsonian Institute, is located in Washington D.C. The Zoo was founded in 1889, and today there are over 2000 animals from 400 species. The website informs users about visiting and supporting the zoo. There is also extensive information about the animals, conservation, activities and events, and much more. Users can subscribe to various e-zoo newsletters and keep up with the latest zoo news.
The 400-acre San Diego Zoo features 4,000 rare and endangered animals from 800 species, and a botanical collection of 700,000 plants. The website contains extensive information on all the animals, including a panda webcam. Users can find out about the many projects the Zoo is engaged in around the world, latest zoo news, and summer camps.
Located in the Indian Ocean off the southeast coast of Africa, the country of Madagascar consists of the world's fourth largest island surrounded by a number of smaller islands. Many of Madagascar's wildlife species are endemic to these islands.
New Zealand consists of a North Island and a South Island as well as several smaller islands. Located 1,000 miles east of Australia, New Zealand features breathtaking scenery and unique wildlife species such as the kiwi bird.
The following articles provide recent species-related news.
Evolution leaves its traces -- in particular -- in genomes. Researchers used '2-n-way' software to determine the relationships between species or individuals and compare any genome of and for anyone.
Science Daily. Monday, 28 Sep 2020 13:31:45 EDT.