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Wildlife Research in South Africa: Never a Dull Moment

“Guys, as you can see the base has no fences so there is nothing to stop the animals coming in here. If you fall asleep on the veranda, the hyena can come in, and they will more than likely bite … Continue reading

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Working with Wolves

Emma Brid Dennehy talks about her Work Experience in Spain with Wolves. From the summer months of July to August I took an optional BEES module, known as the BL4003 biology work placement module, and travelled to the region of … Continue reading

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BEES research featured in Nature

BEES researchers Mieke Thierens and Andy Wheeler have had their research highlighted in a recent issue of Nature: The research article entitled Ice-rafting from the British–Irish ice sheet since the earliest Pleistocene (2.6 million years ago): implications for long-term mid-latitudinal … Continue reading

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