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From did-you-knows to stories on nature at its weirdest there is plenty to read about!
Insects can be the organic grower’s best friend. Whether pollinators or predators, they will help manage unwanted garden visitors and…
Patrick Barkham reveals the secrets of how some butterflies, like the painted lady, are able to migrate from Africa to the UK.
Most people are familiar with honey bees and bumblebees, but look closely and there are smaller furry bees moving from flower to flower…
Why is the sea salty and why is the sea blue? Answering questions on the sea
Our top 5 weirdest sea creatures found around the UK
Do you know what a mermaid's purse is? Or what cuttlefish bone or whelk eggs look like? Here are 5 things you will have spotted on…
There are many small creatures that make their homes in the sea or on the seashore, we list our top five tiny creatures.
Have you ever looked at the sea and thought, I wonder what animal I'd be if I lived there? We've got the quiz for you!
With dozens of butterflies and thousands of moths in the UK, there's a huge variety of caterpillars to be found. This caterpillar…
Feathers come in different shapes and colours, but they all have a special job. Some keep birds warm, others help them hide or show off…
Bex Lynam, North Sea Marine Advocacy Officer, based at Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, has been living as plastic free as she possibly can for…
Green and lumpy, red and spotty - or even purple and spiky! Fungi comes in ALL shapes and sizes.