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Biodiversity week: 'Natural world should be protected for all our benefit' - Irish Times


Irish Times
Environmentalist Éanna Ní Lamhna says it infuriates her when people say “biodiversity” is hard to understand. “'Bio' means living and 'diversity' means lots of different living things,” she says. In fact, the term first originated in the 1960s as ...

Farm Sense: Biology Breakthroughs Exploding - AgWeb


AgWeb
As technology and the understanding of the biological world improves, it's no doubt we'll see more of these types of announcements. America and the world's farm stakeholders will continue to push to solve crises like it did with the potato blights or ...

The Physiology of a Six Pack - U.S. News & World Report


U.S. News & World Report
When Natalie Jill was going through a divorce and the loss of her house all while caring for a brand new baby about 10 years ago, carrying extra weight around her belly seemed like one discomfort she could let slide. "I remember looking at myself and ...

Living Edens: Madagascar, A World Apart

Arlington - United States

Best known for its lemurs, colorful chameleons, stunning orchids, and towering baobab trees, Madagascar is home to some of the world's most unique flora and fauna.

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A detailed look at one of the oldest deserts - the Namib Desert. Includes teacher's resources.

Living Edens: Ngorongoro: Africa's Cradle of Life
United States

Meet the animals inhabiting the Ngorongoro Conservation Area within the crater highlands of northern Tanzania, learn how to travel there, and read the diary of the producer of this wildlife documentary.

Living Edens: Etosha, Africa's Untamed Wilderness
United States

A look at this vast and ancient land of seasonal paradox, and the animals that inhabit it.

Austria

Find amazing facts on molluscs -- gastropods, bivalves, and cephalopods. The Living World of Molluscs offers biological profiles illustrated with photos and drawings.

Living with Wildlife: Old World Rats
United States

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife provides information on Norway and black rats and their interactions with humans.

Austria

Offers information about snails, slugs, and other mollusks.

Madagascar Tenrecs
United States

Biology and captive care of Streaked Tenrecs.

United States

Provides information on lemurs with drawings, photographs and sounds for most the species. Includes details of their habitat and the management problems of protecting it.

Buddlejaceae in Madagascar
United States

Image of Nuxia pachyphylla Baker.

United States

Series of photo essays documenting travels in five areas of rainforest, two areas of dry tropical forest, and two parts of the island's spiny desert.