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Human bone fragments from the Goyet caves (Belgium), between 27,000 en 35,000 years old and belonging to haplogroups M or N. (Photo: Eric Dewamme, RBINS)
04/02/2016

European Humans Underwent Hefty Shuffle at the End of Last Ice Age

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Reinout Verbeke

European populations changed dramatically at the end of the last Ice Age. This is what scientists have revealed as a result of DNA analysis of more than thirty fossils from six countries.

Humpback whales in our waters (picture F.Kerckhof-OD Nature).
29/01/2016

Two humpback whales in our waters

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Sigrid Maebe

Yesterday evening, 28 January 2016, 2 whales were observed in shallow waters off Oostende, Belgium.

Fishing on board of RV Belgica (picture ILVO).
12/01/2016

News from the research vessel RV Belgica

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Sigrid Maebe

After a long period of technical problems, the oceanographic research vessel RV Belgica is back at sea!

Fishhook in the stomach of the seal.
18/12/2015

Dead Seal with Fishhook in Stomach

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Sigrid Maebe
A seal that stranded in Blankenberge this week has been examined. The animal died a painful death from a hook in the stomach.
Visual van de dag “Biodiversiteit en ontwikkeling: erfgoed op wereldschaal” op 26.11.2015
18/12/2015

Biodiversity and Development Cooperation – Two Sides of the Same Coin

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Reinout Verbeke

How can we protect biodiversity in developing countries, and stimulate their development in a sustainable manner at the same time?

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