Monthly Archives: January 2021
Image from Wikimedia Commons Depression is a serious mental illness experienced by 1 in 15 adults in the United States each year. Many medications researched over the past few decades have been the main working tools in fighting this terrible … Keep Reading
Gynandromorph of Common Blue (Polyommatus icarus)Image from Wikimedia Commons You may have seen an odd bird flying around your neighborhood or a strange butterfly sitting on a flower. The animal might have been two different colors split right down the … Keep Reading
East Africa has had a long standing tradition of producing world class long distance runners that dominate the biggest profile races in the world. If we take the results of the annual London Marathon alone, an East African runner, specifically … Keep Reading
Western European Hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus)Image from Wikimedia Commons Read more about this species here.
American Bullfrog Skeleton (Lithobates catesbeianus)Image from Wikimedia Commons
Darwin’s Rhea (Pterocnemia pennata)Image from Wikimedia Commons
Nanoparticles are a field of science that has provoked global interest due to their wide variability and applications. Novel interactions with the immune system show promise for suppression and triggering of this system. Their small size and variable nature can … Keep Reading
If you could cure anything in the world right now, what would it be? Coronavirus, perhaps? Cancer? The answer I would give is diabetes. You might be thinking, “Are you serious? But can’t diabetics just get better by exercising and … Keep Reading
Markhor (Capra falconeri)Image from Wikimedia Commons
Black-spotted Rock Frog (Staurois guttatus)Image from Wikimedia Commons Read more about the Black-spotted Rock Frog here.
Bank Vole (Clethrionomys glareolus)Image from Wikimedia Commons Did you know? The bank vole lives in woodland areas in Europe and Asia. Predators such as owls, foxes, and weasels take their toll on bank vole populations throughout the year. This may … Keep Reading
Black-and-red Froghopper (Cercopis vulnerata)Image from Wikimedia Commons