How dolphins communicate
Biology environment

How dolphins communicate

Dolphins keep a complex social network which includes a few close associates (such as mothers and calves or pair-bonded individuals) and some more casual relationships within a larger group. Dolphins hunt together for food, pods coordinate their movements to herd prey. They have a very acute sense of hearing which they use to communicate with …

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Life of trees and forest ecosystems
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Life of trees and forest ecosystems

Have you ever wondered why trees are the way they are? Why do they form forests? Could they grow on their own, or do they prefer company? In the (below) named book we find almost all the answers and what’s more, they are delivered in a very interesting and humorous style. All the facts are collected …

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Biology is awesome
Biology

Biology is awesome

It’s the knowledge of life, what’s not to love? It is as deep as the atoms (biochemistry, bioinorganic and organic chemistry) and as wide as the universe (astrobiology). To know biology you must have a good base of chemistry (organic, inorganic), biochemistry, geology and paleontology. It covers (or divides in) areas which are all interconnected: microbiology …

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Biology environment

Why protecting large mammals is so important

Large mammals, for example: bears, wolfs, large cats, cetaceans… Any selected species from any of the named groups of animals is a bioindicator. When a large mammal species which requires a wide space, lives in a certain area, that means the ecosystem is relatively stable, strong and healthy enough to be able to sustain it. …

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Biology Lifestyle

Biologist working in forestry

Working in forestry from a biologists point of view is quite interesting. Work days consist of field work and office days, what predominates depends on the season. The interesting part is, of course, working in nature. We conduct various measurements. For example, one type of measurements is called constant sample surfaces. There has to be a team of two, equipped with measure …

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a week in madeira
Biology Lifestyle

A week in Madeira

  In march we travelled to this fascinating island and were accordingly – fascinated. The first thing while landing, the landscape reminds of a piece of aluminum foil when it gets crumpled, that’s how up and down it is. I mean, anyone can see photos on the internet and search through google maps, but in …

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Biology Books

Collapse: How Societies Choose to Fail or Succeed

By Jared Diamond The author concentrates on why and how some of the ancient as well as some modern civilizations have collapsed or succeeded and also how or why some of the modern ones are possibly going to fail. It all seems that many, so called mysterious, society collapses have been caused at least partially …

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