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From orchids with todgers to a tree trunk with a bottom - nature has never looked so human in these snaps

3 hours ago   |   The Sun


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Identification guides for soldierflies and allies

Identification guides for soldierflies and allies

4 hours ago   |   Milton Keynes Natural History Society

Dipterists Forum have published identification guides to: soldierflies in genus Chloromyia and Microchrysa soldierflies in genus Nemotelus
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Shocking photo shows gannet nests ‘overflowing with fishing debris'

Shocking photo shows gannet nests ‘overflowing with fishing debris'

8 hours ago   |   Metro

This photo of gannets using discarded nets and ropes to build their nests highlights the increasing problem of plastic pollution on marine life A photo of gannets using...
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MotoGP champion Marquez "struggling more" with shoulder in Qatar

10 hours ago   |   Autosport

MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez admits the nature of the Qatar circuit means he is struggling with his injured right shoulder more than he was at the Sepang test
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Police appeal for information following fire in Aberdeen nature reserve

12 hours ago   |   Evening Express

Police are appealing for information following a fire at the Gramps in Aberdeen.
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Nightingale by Marina Kemp review - a deft debut

13 hours ago   |   The Guardian

Marguerite Duras is a nurse running from her past in this moving tale of village secrets and romance in the south of France Novels set around the Mediterranean tend to unfold...
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Hey Jeff Bezos, we have ideas for how to spend $10 billion fighting climate change

16 hours ago   |   Grist

This story was originally published by Wired and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. On Monday, Amazon CEO and world's richest human Jeff Bezos...
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Championship TV fixtures 2019/20: Sky Sports listings for every match live on TV and online

Championship TV fixtures 2019/20: Sky Sports listings for every match live on TV and online

20 hours ago   |   Radio Times   |   4 articles

The Championship is once again proving itself as one of the greatest football leagues in the world. Millions will flock to the Premier League as their default football fix, but...
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Klopp explains why Man Utd should not be blamed over Haaland

20 hours ago   |   Football365   |   2 articles

Jurgen Klopp has explained why not even Liverpool would have stood a chance of signing Erling Haaland. Haaland joined Dortmund from Salzburg for around £18million in January...
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Christiane Ritter: Why this forgotten feminist nature writer deserves to be celebrated

23 hours ago   |   The Independent

'A Woman in the Polar Night', by Christiane Ritter, reveals universal truths about nature and the human heart, writes our arts columnist Lucy Jones
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Identification guides for soldierflies and allies

Identification guides for soldierflies and allies

Dipterists Forum have published identification guides to: soldierflies in genus Chloromyia and Microchrysa soldierflies in genus Nemotelus Read more ...

Shocking photo shows gannet nests ‘overflowing with fishing debris'

Shocking photo shows gannet nests ‘overflowing with fishing debris'

This photo of gannets using discarded nets and ropes to build their nests highlights the increasing problem of plastic pollution on marine life A photo of gannets using... Read more ...

Pollinators in Winter: Go native or not?

Pollinators in Winter: Go native or not?

One of the big questions raised in the analysis of New Year Plant Hunt results by Kevin Walker, BSBI Head of Science, is around what the impacts of changes in flowering times... Read more ...

This tiny but mighty California bureau is taking on polluters

This tiny but mighty California bureau is taking on polluters

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced today that his agency is suing the Federal Aviation Administration, the San Bernardino International Airport Authority, and... Read more ...

Best British wildlife to spot in February

Best British wildlife to spot in February

From fruiting fungus to winter birds, here is selection of the month's best wildlife spectacles from around the British countryside in February. Read more ...

Clash has been deactivated in Rainbow Six Siege - yes, again, really

Clash has been deactivated in Rainbow Six Siege - yes, again, really

Rainbow Six Siege players are once again losing access to Clash. The on-again, off-again, on-again, off-again, on-again, and now off-again Operator is the subject of yet... Read more ...

Chris Packham posts photo of dead badger after horrific act of vandalism

Chris Packham posts photo of dead badger after horrific act of vandalism

Popular nature presenter Chris Packham has once again been targeted by vandals, with the Springwatch host posting a picture of a dead badger tied to the gate of his country... Read more ...

Woman quits her job to hike 2,653 miles from Mexico to Canada

Woman quits her job to hike 2,653 miles from Mexico to Canada

Mary ditched her job in medical sales and booked a one-way flight Ever dreamed of ditching your nine-to-five and escaping into nature for months on end? Well, you're about to... Read more ...

From orchids with todgers to a tree trunk with a bottom - nature has never...

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MotoGP champion Marquez "struggling more" with shoulder in Qatar

MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez admits the nature of the Qatar circuit means he is struggling with his injured right shoulder more than he was at the Sepang test Read more ...