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How to take Photographs (1- The Why)

:) :) No seriously :D

Photographers don’t read this. I am not a photographer and I don’t know the first thing about photography and yet some people like my pictures. 625 more words

Canis Lupus Familiaris

European Rabbit

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Bunny Rabbits

Well why not? It is not their fault that they are so sweet.

They are very important animals in the ecosystem, all of that munching creates areas of cropped grass where wildflowers and butterflies thrive. 42 more words


Evolutionary Biology- "Outback Overpopulation"

This is a quite interesting story in evolutionary biology. You may have heard it before: the story of rabbit overpopulation in Australia, and the “solution” that was introduced to control them, which has effected rabbits across the world today.   408 more words


The rabbit - Fun Wid Us

Wildlife in South Germany
by DennisHeidrich

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So much to decide, and probably even more that I don’t know that I need to decide.

So decisions so far; VW camper v. low profile coach built, the latter wins as although there would be great nostalgia in going for the camper van, hippie trail in the sixties and all that, I’m in MY sixties and comfort wins (and then there’s the slight matter of my claustrophobia!). 157 more words


Know your history: Colonialism's environmental legacy

The irreversible social inequalities brought about by colonialism are well known, but the ecological impacts of colonialist ventures are often overlooked. Besides the exploitation of natural resources, the expansion of the British Empire purposefully introduced exotic species to colonised environments, with harmful environmental consequences. 400 more words