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First Listen: Sarah Louise, 'Deeper Woods' - NPR

For as long as humans have roamed the earth, forests have captivated a special slice of our collective human imagination. From hot, wet jungles to dry, snowy taigas, forests are sites of refuge, mystery and abundance. It's understandable, then, that ...

Why Scientists Put a Crocodile in an fMRI Machine and Played It ... - Digital Trends

Digital Trends
Researchers in Germany recently scanned a live crocodile's brain in an fMRI machine, while playing it the classical music of Johann Sebastian Bach. The reason? To explore the neurobiology of one of Earth's most prehistoric-looking animals. Here's what ...
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From chameleons to whip snakes: a macro look at the flora and fauna of Londolozi - Earth Touch News

Earth Touch News
Cradled in the game-rich bushveld on the western fringes of South Africa's Kruger National Park, Londolozi Private Game Reserve is probably best known for its big cats. But beyond the rosettes and tawny coats is a more secretive world seldom seen.

Sacred Earth Ethnobotany

Burlington - United States

Articles, resources, and links.

By the Prophet of the Earth - Ethnobotany of the Pima
United States

A complete online version of the original printed book by L.S.M. Curtin.

The Sacred Lotus

A photographic documentary of this plant.

Mapacho: Sacred Tobacco
United States

Use of Nicotiana by various tribal groups in Amazonia.

Sacred Ibis: Threskiornis aethiopicus
United Kingdom

Information and photograph.

Sacred ibis: Threskiornis aethiopicus
United Kingdom

Description, distribution, habitat, diet, behavior, reproduction and sounds.

United States

From Fort Lewis College, Durango, Colorado. Includes definition of the science, projects, special events and database of plants of the southwest region of the United States.

Wikipedia - Ethnobotany
United States

Information from Wikipedia on this branch of botany that studies the relationships that exist between people and plants.

Ethnobotany Bibliography
United Kingdom

A suggested introductory reading list from the Centre for Economic Botany, the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, London.

United States

Houses collections of domesticated plants from around the world as well as specimens recovered from archaeological sites. Laboratory reports available for download in Adobe .pdf format, sorted by report number or locale.

United States

Describes both food and medicinal uses of plants, listed alphabetically by scientific name.