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Why Conserve Biodiversity?

Tuesday, 27 February 2018

There are millions of species on the planet, right? So, surely we can spare a few of them!  Directed by Luis Navarro for Divulagare, this animated short documentary takes four minutes to explain very clearly why the conservation of our planet’s biodiversity is of paramount importance to us all.  Think of an ecological butterfly effect and you (ort of) get the picture.  Enough of me trying to explain – press play!

Peacock Spider – Australia’s Show Off Super Hero Spider

Sunday, 18 February 2018

Australia is home to many strange and unusual animals, something the majority of us know. When asked, most people would say that it is the marsupials of the country that are the most significantly different to the rest of the world.  Perhaps that assumption should be questioned – Australia is also home to the tiny Peacock Spider, whose behaviour and appearance is nothing short of startling.

Nature’s Fearless Fighting Machines – Superb Photography

Saturday, 3 February 2018

Animals fight for a variety of reasons. It may be for play, for space or, most likely, for sexual dominance. Here, with the help of some wonderful images – we take a look at a few species in the throes of fighting.

A pair of gulls fight in mid-air. Conflict is incredibly commonplace within the animal kingdom. Quite often the fights are short and based on display rather than actual physical contact and so it is difficult to capture on film. The photographer must be incredibly quick in order to get that photograph. This particular spat, for example, would have been over in seconds.

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