Grand Cayman

That's what happened with population of bats on the island of Grand Cayman in the Caribbean. Tropical storm 'Ivan', held in the Caribbean in 2004, mixed up geographically separated species of bats, thus increasing the genetic diversity of the offspring. Scientists have discovered that following Hurricane Ivan 'on Grand Cayman from somewhere there had not previously lived there bats. Nearest to Grand Cayman Island Cayman Brac is located 140 kilometers and under normal conditions the bats could not fly over a huge distance for them over the water. Thus, it appears that the bats just moved by the wind. It turns out that the wind can spread Pets are not worse than the seeds.

It turns out that the hurricane has helped populations of bats, because the long-term inbreeding may lead to degeneration of the species. In Brussels, for the sake of ecology motorists were divided into 'even-odd' In soon the fate of the Olympic Pikin awaits the Belgian capital – Brussels. No, no, the Olympics while in the Belgian capital is not expected, but some measures to protect environment and improve the ecology of the Belgian officials decided to take over from Beijing. For air pollution the government of Brussels has decided to prohibit the movement alternately in the city of cars with odd and even numbers. This rule will take effect from 1 January 2009 year. In practice, the restrictions will be enforced as soon as the concentration of smog and soot in the air exceeds the maximum permissible standards.