A switch to daylight saving time could be lifesaving for koalas, researchers say

Tuesday, November 22, 2016 - 20:01 in Biology & Nature

The population of wild koalas in the southeast portion of Australia’s Queensland state has plunged by 80% in less than two decades, but researchers are offering a simple plan to save them. They can sum it up in three words: daylight saving time. Changing the clocks would help stem the koalapocalypse...

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