Tag Archives: extinction

Spring has almost sprung – and the bees need our help!

Just yesterday (as I write this, on 04Mar2022) a ginormous bumblebee buzzed past me, and said, “Spring is coming!” Well, not literally, but the message was clear. It reminded me of the fact that ‘our’ planet’s bee population is in … Continue reading

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Schrödinger’s Leopard

That clip was just in case you don’t know what is meant by the term ‘Schrödinger’s cat’. Moving on, then… … let’s do a quick species jump, to dogs (from whom, I’m reliably assured, we can learn a lot). And … Continue reading

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Courtesy of Moth on New Anthropocene, after David Robertson; The following video is only 40 seconds long. Please watch it. This is a video is of a thylacine, a marsupial tiger; Thylacinus cynocephalus. It is extinct. Habitat destruction, pollution and … Continue reading

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