Science

 
  • The Monarch Butterfly

    For our next topic we cross the Atlantic. There is a huge range of butterflies in the world. Every butterfly starts off as an egg, which hatches into a caterpillar. After a while this turns […]

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  • Bombardier Beetle

    Bombardier Beetle

    I first heard about the bombardier beetle when I was around 12 years old. A documentary about some amazing animals and their unique designs were being shown during a Sunday-night lecture and I’ve not forgotten […]

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  • The Cuckoo Pint

    The Cuckoo Pint

    Our next example is a plant. The Cuckoo Pint belongs to the Arum family. It is a common resident of damp English hedge bottoms. Its arrow shaped leaves, covered with dark blotches, emerge above the […]

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  • The Sperm Whale

    Whales are the most majestic of all living reatures. Their power and sheer size, the distances they can travel, and their ability to communicate with each other over hundreds of miles, fill us with awe. […]

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  • The Black Mamba

     
  • DNA – The Code of Life

     
  • Science, Religion and the Theory of Evolution