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Birds are measured and ringed.
10/12/2015

Follow the Bird Migration of 270 Species Online

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Our Institute's Ringing Scheme (BeBirds) has a new website where you can follow the migration of more than 270 bird species.

Group picture of the European Youth Parliament preparation.
24/11/2015

Blue Society Launch in Brussels

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Last Wednesday, the 18th of November 2015, European leaders in marine and maritime research, governance and business have met in the European Parliament in Brussels, together with young citizens, to collaborate in building a Blue Society that prioritises a collective and sustai

Fin whale on stern of ship (J.Haelters, OD Nature)
10/11/2015

Common Fin whale in Ghent

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On Monday, November 9th, 2015 a whale was found on a ship in the port of Ghent. Marine mammal specialist Jan Haelters of the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences is responsible for the further scientific research of the whale.

Block with perinatal specimens of Saurolophus angustirostris (Photo: Thierry Hubin, RBINS)
15/10/2015

Baby Dinosaurs from Mongolia

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Belgian palaeontologists have described baby dinosaurs with associated shell fragments. The Saurolophus dinosaurs were likely from a nest. The find sheds more light on the earliest stages of development of this giant hadrosaur species with typical crest.

Mr Tommelein prepares for take off.
15/10/2015

Secretary of State for the North Sea Bart Tommelein flies with us to evaluate the Flinterstar situation

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On Friday the 9th of October, Secretary of State for the North Sea Bart Tommelein flew with us to evaluate the Flinterstar situation at sea. The ship sank after a collision with another ship near Zeebrugge.

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