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Street lights ‘changing ecology on the ground’

The presence of street lights substantially changes the ecology of ground-dwelling invertebrates and insects, research suggests. Scientists trapped nearly 1,200 of the animals in areas under and between street lights in Helston in Cornwall. They report in Biology Letters that invertebrate predators and scavengers were more common near the lights, even during the day. That suggests street lights influence ecology more than previously thought.

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