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White-tailed eagle guide | BBC Wildlife

Jackpot hari ini Result SGP 2020 – 2021. Anyone under 30 may find it hard to believe that red kites – reintroduced to England in the 1990s and now so common over Reading and the M40 and M4 corridor that people barely give them a second glance – were once about to disappear from Britain.

12 animals named after celebrities | BBC Wildlife

Promo menarik pada undian Data SGP 2020 – 2021. Somewhere between 15,000 and 18,000 new species of plants and animals are discovered every year, and consequently, need to be named. Although many are bestowed very mundane and descriptive names, others are given more flashy monikers. Scientists often turn to their favourite icons from popular culture,

Species named after Sir David Attenborough | BBC Wildlife

Promo menarik pada undian Data SGP 2020 – 2021. One of the highest honours in the natural history world is to have a species named after you, often to honour your work. Some species are named after their characteristics – colours, size, behaviour, but some taxonomists name species after loved ones, some after fictional characters

Do monkeys get drunk? Scientists find out the truth.

Jackpot hari ini Result SGP 2020 – 2021. New research shows that spider monkeys routinely consume fermenting fruit, backing up the notion that humans inherited our proclivity for alcohol from our primate ancestors – the so-called “drunken monkey hypothesis.” It’s well known that certain non-human primates enjoy a drop of the hard stuff. Chimpanzees are

Best window bird feeders | BBC Wildlife

Bonus harian di Keluaran SGP 2020 – 2021. Feeding birds is a great way to help and get to know your local wildlife, and there’s a wide range of bird feeders and bird feed available. One of my favourite ways to feed birds is via a window bird feeder, as it allows that feeling of intimacy.

Bluefin tuna guide | BBC Wildlife Magazine

Jackpot hari ini Result SGP 2020 – 2021. Once a common species in the North Sea, bluefin tuna are quite a rare sight in UK waters due to overfishing of both the tuna and their prey. However, they are now being increasingly sighted around the British Isles, which may be because of warming waters due to