Nature is beautiful and astounding in many ways, but generally we do know what to expect. Roses are red, water is blue, and grasses and leaves are green, right? But sometimes however, nature can really surprise us.
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Charles Darwin Day, on the 12th February each year, is dedicated to celebrating the alternative theory which is overwhelming in its evidence. This Darwin Day we’re paying homage to the man by exploring and countering arguments in opposition to evolution.
Climate change is happening - and it’s scary. Global warming, rising sea levels, an exhaustion of natural resources, and the loss of wildlife habitats are all things that threaten current generations and those yet to come.
Desmond Morris is a world renowned zoologist, ethologist, and painter. He has written numerous books on both subjects of human and animal behaviour. Here he took the time to speak to Into the Wild about his career, his love of coral reefs, and his effort to introduce the idea of breeding within zoos.
EU leaders promoted the usage of renewable energy sources instead of the vast amount of coal that power stations previously used, however they probably didn’t want the changing the rules on trade, to lead to the felling of swamp forests in America in order to fuel the power stations of the UK.