With only around 10,000 left in the wild, the “little tiger cat”, vulnerable to extinction, has been given a new breath of hope from scientists. The güiña cat, the ‘little tiger cat’, has been studied by scientists at the...
New research has found that increasing temperatures are causing australian central bearded dragons that are genetically male to hatch as females and give birth to other lizards. Some reptiles such as alligators and some turtles naturally have their genders determined...
Climate change is at the forefront of numerous discussions and scientific research.
While most renowned diving companies still sing the praises of the world’s most infamous dive sites, I’ve decided to explore my top five, slightly lesser known dive sites from both research and personal experience to share some of the...
With new technology paving the way for more intensive sustainable farming, like the use of monocultures and commercial forestry, a new study has revealed that honeybees are finding it harder to fight off diseases and to store food. As our...
Ilyas Christofides on how the river Nile has the potential to supply the poorest countries in East Africa with energy.