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Why wild cattle need consideration?
When I was five-six years old my father used to take me seeing bulls of domestic cattle breeds and I was impressed by these huge animals. By the time my passion was strengthened and when I became an adult I had a chance to work on forest buffalo in the Co…
Embryos and Evolution
The connection between embryos and evolution – the nature of which was left hanging at the end of my last post (‘Where did your head come from?’) – can only be described as awesome. Can I do it justice in a just few words? We&rsquo…
Where Did Your Head Come From?
What were the first large (i.e. non-microscopic) animals to evolve on Earth? We don’t know the answer to this question for certain, but one shrewd guess is that they were a bit like some of today’s marine sponges. These animals lack a head. In…
United Nations and the Press Celebrate 40 Years of the World Heritage Convention
UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) in association with Cambridge University Press is celebrating…