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BBC Earth 2h
Backwater fishing in Muttukadu, India. by
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BBC Springwatch 9h
Did you knowπŸ€”β€¦ the robin’s red breast is used to settle territorial disputes, and in some populations up to ten per cent of adult mortality is caused by territory conflict!
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BBC Earth 8h
France is to allow the wolf population to grow from about 360 now to 500 by 2023
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BBC Earth 11h
Palm oil is used in approximately 50% of supermarket products
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BBC Earth 17h
Chemicals in everyday household products are a key contributor to city air pollution
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BBC Earth Feb 21
Snowdrops and raindrops 😍 by
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BBC Earth Feb 21
Elephants kill on average 65 people per year in Assam, India but the villagers have an answer - the elephant emergency service
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BBC Earth Feb 21
Misakofi dives the equivalent of a three storey building in the search of lobster
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BBC Earth Feb 21
Reindeer have to feed on one and a half kilos of lichen a day to survive
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BBC Earth Feb 21
Rush hour on the underground 😳
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BBC Earth Feb 21
Jackpot! The Gunardpa clan of northern Australia have relied on crocodiles for thousands of years
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BBC Earth Feb 21
Making sure no one steals your last slice of pizza
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BBC Earth Feb 21
The saltwater crocodile measures up to six metres in length and weighs as much as a ton
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Chris Kidd Feb 20
Last year I moved into a new build with a blank, empty garden. Tried my best to make it nature friendly and this morning have woken up to find frog spawn in my wildlife pond, thoroughly chuffed!
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BBC Earth Feb 21
The vampire bat has evolved to survive on blood alone πŸ¦‡
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BBC Earth Feb 21
Replying to @Natures_Voice @yohto13
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BBC Wildlife Feb 20
Volunteers spot thousands of British cetaceans πŸ“· Peter Evans / SWF / Rebecca Knee / Rhona Clarke
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BBC Earth Feb 21
The event may have happened 100 million years earlier than previously thought
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BBC Earth Feb 20
There are already laws in place that could prevent the tide of plastic
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BBC Earth Feb 20
Replying to @kumailn
I dare you to say that again.
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