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Lost Time is Never Found Again

Time is our most precious commodity; there is never quite enough of it as there are a vast amount of tasks to complete in order to become successful. 456 more words

Nature

Apenheul

Last month I went to the Netherlands to visit family. I didn’t just get to see my immediate family, but also some more distant relatives: the inhabitants of… 232 more words

Have Science Will Travel

Into the Mist

During the past 18 months, I have been on a journey throughout the Asian and African continents that has included many wonderful encounters with wildlife. From experiencing my first safari to diving with great white sharks, I have been very lucky. 1,359 more words

Conservation

Why Humans Must Eat Vitamin C

Have you ever wondered why we humans need to have vitamin C in our diet, but dogs and cats don’t?

American schoolchildren often begin their study of U.S. 896 more words

Anthropology

A Rusty Old Oil Drum

I saw this documentary about chimpanzees in a physical anthropology class once. I should have put it together then, but I didn’t.

This group of primates was lead by a two-year old male. 200 more words

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Meet our latest baby gibbon at Noah’s Ark Zoo Farm

The summer baby boom may be coming to a close but we’ve still got new arrivals swinging their way into our visitors hearts here at… 443 more words

Noah's Ark Zoo Farm

Skin to skin

Having recently had a baby I’ve become increasingly conscious of the importance (for psychological development) of skin to skin contact between parent and child. There’s also a lot of talk about the benefits of ‘baby wearing’ amongst new parents. 256 more words

Musings