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Hannah Stitfall and Dom Davies review ‘Woodcock’ from the Living World archive
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Hannah Stitfall and Billy Clark review ‘Winter Flies’ from the Living World archive.
Keen naturalists Hannah Stitfall and Dom Davies compare notes on Spined Loach.
Hannah Stitfall and Billy Clarke discuss a winter jackdaw roost from Living World archive
The Aye-Aye is one of the weirdest looking creatures on earth.
The relationship between humans and pigeons is one of the oldest on the planet.
A plant that has no flowers or scent, the Fern has drawn us into her fronds.
Natural Histories examines our fascination with the poppy.
How did we get from the red junglefowl of south-east Asia to the humble farmyard chicken?
Bees have been the subject of fascination and reverence since ancient times.