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Behind the scenes at conservation NGO Waldrappteam

Until 400 years ago there was living a bit wacky bird called Waldrapp. He distributed around the whole mediterranen and migrated tirelessly to diverse winter habitats within close communities/colonies. However on the side of humans there were different opinions about this bird with the „rastafarian look“. On one hand he was a precious creature for…


What kind of animal do you guess is this? Can you imagine that this was actually the first ancestor of whales and on top of that he was only as big as a rabbit!  As you probably know whales are mammals and they belong to the group called Cetaceans along with dolphins and porpoises. 55…


Die Studie “Cooperating with the wild Past and present auxiliary animals assisting humans in their foraging activities (Edmund Dounias)”  hat mich zum nachdenken gebracht und deshalb möchte ich hier die wesentlichen Aussagen zusammenfassen. Warum sollte ein Lebewesen mit einer anderen Art kooperieren und somit sich selbst im eigenen Fortkommen hindern? Warum dienen Menschen aber auch…


Obwohl es fast so aussieht als wäre hier die Milchstraße in das Meer herabgefallen und manche wohl dies früher angenommen haben, ist es doch wahrscheinlicher, dass es sich um eines der überwältigenden Naturphänomene nämlich namens „Bioluminizenz“ handelt.  source: Der zunächst etwas schwer wirkende Begriff ist eigentlich relativ leicht zu erklären. Denn wie der Name…


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