Nature Tag Archive

Acorn’t believe it! Red squirrel population stabilizes in the North East

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Northumberland Wildlife Trust have released their seventh annual report which reveals that numbers of red squirrels across the North of England are stable. The study takes into...

Word of the Week: Detritivore

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Ng Yi Min explains this week's creepy word....

Chinese scientists clone monkeys in world first

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Two identical long-tailed macaques have been created using the same technique that was used to create Dolly the sheep, explains Ng Yi Min....

Monogamy in the Animal Kingdom

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Valentine’s Day is here, which means love is in the air. But as Rowena Tylden-Pattenson explains, we aren't the only ones who like to share it with that special someone (or...

‘Doomsday’ Seed Vaults Preserve Biodiversity

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Rory Cameron explains why these vaults may safeguard the planet's most precious treasures....

New Great Ape Species Discovered

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Science writer Ng Yi Min introduces us to our long lost relative....

Where the wild things are

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Wildlife is one of the top reasons I love travelling. There is, of course, the lure of delicious foods, fascinating culture and the chance to try out new thing but ultimately,...

Nature vs. Nurture: where does artistic talent come from?

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Julia McGee-Russell shares her opinions on if 'natural artistic talent' really exists....

Blue Planet II: David Attenborough Dives into the Mysteries of the Ocean Once More

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David Attenborough could describe someone making a cup of tea to me and I’d still think it was the most amazing sight to ever grace my screen. The long-awaited release of Blue...

Nature’s Most Gruesome Deaths

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Horror films have nothing on Mother Nature, explains Gerry Hart....