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They are considered as household pests that chew the house down but many are unaware of their important role in the rainforests of Borneo. In Sabah Malaysia, tropical rainforests survive the drought brought about by the unpredictable climate change with the help of termites. According to the research conducted by Louise Amy Ashton and her team, these insects are an understudied class in ecology. Termites bore channels through the forest floor while consuming wood and...

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A new threat of El Niño is looming and scientists around the globe are actively monitoring it. The previous El Niño took its toll on the planet in late 2015 and has been the strongest ever documented. A remarkable pattern of worldwide rainfall fluctuations caused massive wildfires in Indonesia. It propelled coral bleaching and affected over 60 million people globally. It is expected that the impending El Niño will be as harsh just like three...