Laboratory testing showed that the eDNA techniques correctly detected newts
in 91% of the ponds.
This slimy newt
was moving around in the salad as if nothing had happened.
cross the estate's entrance drive and faced being flattened by cars arriving for the beer garden evening.
A business based in Ukraine reportedly is the main marketer for the newt
and it operates primarily over the Internet.
The specific habitat niche that the great crested newt
naturally occupies also supports a remarkable diversity of plant and invertebrate life that is integral to the eco system or bigger ecological picture.
is a computer genius, his father is rich enough to buy him almost anything, and the charter school requires gun-packing body guards and a security detail.
Yet this bizarre behaviour appears not to cause the newt
any ill effects.
Officials said they were assessing an application from developers for permission to move the newts
to a new site.
Anyone who harms a newt
's habitat can end up with a pounds 5000 fine per newt
or six months in prison.
A CONSTRUCTION firm has spent pounds 140,000 on building a plush new home for a lucky couple who can move in free - a pair of newts
Now, work has been halted while each is rounded up - at a cost of pounds 1,000 per newt
- and given a temporary home.
Perhaps the most intriguing political force in the '90s was Newt
Gingrich, Bill Clinton's arch-enemy.
In which our man in Washington gets lectured on chastity, talks morality with Newt
, and watches wannabe pols woo big money donors.
Gingrich travels the country, wearing the V-neck sweater of contrition, talking about his weightloss program, and pledging to learn from his mistakes and play nicely with others, his Republican colleagues are gunning for his chair as Speaker of the House.
Even coming out to her parents--the presumably conservative mother and stepfather of Newt
Gingrich--was relatively easy.