The World Wide Fund for Nature and The Zoological Society of London have been studying and plotting animal populations since the 1970s. The report their findings in The Living Planet Report. The news is not good. Our wildlife populations worldwide have halved since 1970. in less than two human generations, population sizes of vertebrate species… Read more »
Posts Tagged: nature
Sunflowers dancing from east to west as they track the path of the sun are apparently also moving to an internal clock. For a fantastic video check out Nature’s website.
Nature never ceases to amaze – look at this duck, surfing it’s way around.
Even in areas of unmitigated disaster, nature always does her best to adapt. A facinating documentary on wolves in Chernobyl
I love nothing better than when science really pushes the boundaries. Eventually, I think, a lot of wisdom from traditional medicine and other spiritual practices will become understood scientifically. A small step on the way is this study that suggest that you are what you eat. The study found microRNAs that are normally found in… Read more »