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Elg med luke i magen gir forskerne verdifull innsikt i nedbryting av biomateriale i vomma.

Moose provides knowledge about decomposition

A moose wanders in the woods and helps itself to leaves. Upon closer inspection, you will find that this is not a normal moose. This one has an opening in its stomach called a fistula. It provides important information about decomposition.

Noragric alumna Linn Jaeckle working on a social cash transfer programme for UNICEF Malawi in Chitipa, spring 2018.

From NMBU to the UN

Linn Jaeckle is a Social Protection Officer with UNICEF Malawi. How did her Masters in International Development Studies, completed at NMBU's Department of International Environment and Development Studies help her career path? Read on.

Tambaqui (Colossoma macropomum). Også kjent som pacu, eller kjempepacu. Disse fiskene er frøspisere/spredere og er sterkt truet av overfiske i mange områder.

New project: The effects of hunting and fishing on Amazonia’s forests

Does human hunting empty Amazonia's forests? And does it affect carbon storage? A new NMBU project will investigate the wide-ranging impacts of hunting and fishing on the Amazonian ecosystem.

Norwegian University of Life Sciences (NMBU)

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