14 | 08 | 2018

Suche nach Elfenbeinspecht kritisch hinterfragt

Kryptozoologie-NewslogoDas Magazin Wildlife Extra veröffentlichte unlängst eine kritische Zusammenfassung der bisherigen Suche nach dem Elfenbeinspecht, insbesondere auch was den enorm hohen Kostenfaktor angeht. Für die Saison 2008/2009 sollen demnach die Suchbemühungen enorm reduziert werden – auch in der Gewissheit damit alle potentiell wahrscheinlichsten Plätze für das mögliche Überleben des Elfenbeinspechts abgedeckt zu haben.
Der gesamte Artikel kann auf der Webseite von Wildlife Extra nachgelesen werden (auf Englisch).

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