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Of Blood and Spines – Investigating the world’s most dangerous palms

Benedikt Kuhnhaeuser Thinking about palms, what comes to your mind? White sand, coconuts, holidays? Palms are instantly recognised by their unique appearance, but their diversity is totally underestimated by almost everybody. They can have a nice stout stem like a coconut palm, but they also can be stemless, with the leaves directly coming out of... Continue Reading →

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Our resident weather photographer Matt "the Stormchaser" Brown has taken himself off to the US with a bunch of other storm enthusiasts to drive around chasing the absolutely epic thunderstorms that the US is capable of producing. In this "The Adventures of the Stormchaser" series we'll share some of the photos captured along the way.  "This... Continue Reading →

Our resident weather photographer Matt "the Stormchaser" Brown has taken himself off to the US with a bunch of other storm enthusiasts to drive around chasing the absolutely epic thunderstorms that the US is capable of producing. In this "The Adventures of the Stormchaser" series we'll share some of the photos captured along the way.  "Beautiful... Continue Reading →

Our resident weather photographer Matt "the Stormchaser" Brown has taken himself off to the US with a bunch of other storm enthusiasts to drive around chasing the absolutely epic thunderstorms that the US is capable of producing. In this "The Adventures of the Stormchaser" series we'll share some of the photos captured along the way.  "The... Continue Reading →

What are these bees doing in my tumble drier?

Frey Fyfe The arrival of spring brings many flowering plants, birds, and other creatures back into activity, but for a handful of households each year, spring marks the start of several months of wondering why the vent pipes of their tumble driers are hosting a collection of bumblebees. Why would bees want to get into... Continue Reading →

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