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Summer Exhibition 'Kijk, een Walvis (Look, a Whale)'© RBINS/K. Moreau
08/07/2019

Summer Exhibition 'Kijk, een Walvis (Look, a Whale)' in De Haan

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Kelle Moreau

From 1 July to 31 August 2019, the summer exhibition 'Kijk, een walvis (Look, a whale)' will take place in the community centre 't Schelpestik in De Haan (Vosseslag 131, 8420 De Haan).

Sauria app
08/07/2019

Sauria: a different way to visit the Museum

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Charlotte Degueldre

Sauria is a different way to visit the biggest Dinosaur Gallery in Europe: with a paper map and the accompanying app!

Harbour seals in the harbour of Nieuwpoort on 17 November 2018 (© Linda Vanthournout)
26/06/2019

Marine mammals in Belgium in 2018

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Kelle Moreau

Scientists from the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS) summarised the available information on marine mammals in Belgium in 2018 in the new edition of the dedicated report series.

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Séverine Fourdrilis, showing her collection of Melarhaphe neritoides
17/05/2019

‘It’s like science isn’t enough in itself'

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Siska Van Parys

Tiny snails can tell great stories... When Séverine Fourdrilis started her PhD at our Institute 7 years ago, her plan was to carry out a rather classical genetic study on marine snails. After one year however, she discovered something strange was going on with one of the species’ genes.

Beautiful Demoiselle Calopteryx virgo, Auderghem - Parc Seny, 23 May 2018 © Bernard Pasau
10/05/2019

A Detailed Atlas of the Dragonflies of the Brussels-Capital Region

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Kelle Moreau

Because of their specific life cycle, dragonflies are very good indicators of the quality of humid environments. The study of changes in the odonatofauna can therefore be of use when monitoring the quality of ponds and watercourses.

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