– Polly Curtin Certain regions upon this earth are so cruel that any species which survives in such areas gains a profound status. To even exist in such areas is an accomplishment, but when a species thrives, such a creature … Continue reading Buddhism, The Savior To Saving Snow Leopards?
–Polly Curtin Apparently it’s not just humans who turn to alcohol for some reconciliation when rejected by the opposite sex! But male fruit flies indeed too, like to drink away their problems. Results of a study by Shohat-Ophir et al … Continue reading Male Fruit Flies Turn To The Bottle To Cope With Rejection
-Katy Waters My time at Royal Holloway is now coming to an end and on July 12th my student status will have evolved into that of a zoology graduate. If I could go back in time to 3 years ago, … Continue reading A Few Cheeky Cheats For Zoology Undergrads
Why saving the joke of the animal kingdom may have been worth it. -Miranda Burke That inspired title might imply to you that I think saving these abominations was a bit of a ‘con’. This has always been a widely … Continue reading Pandas – Putting The ‘Con’ In Conservation?
-Antony Ho Would you feel comfortable with the idea of voluntarily exploding your entire body on the off chance that by doing so you would be able to protect your home, maybe a bit like a “good” terrorist? Probably not… But … Continue reading Insect Altruism – Have The Insects Got It All Wrong?