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Toxicodryas vexator (photo: Konrad Mebert)
10/06/2021

Six New Snake Species Described

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Reinout Verbeke

Biologist Olivier Pauwels has described six new snake species. Two of them live in trees in Central Africa, three others on limestone hills in Thailand and another one near mountain rivers in the north of South-East Asia and the south of China.

Welcome to Pollinator Park
29/04/2021

Welcome to Pollinator Park

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Siska Van Parys

Discover Pollinator Park, a beautiful virtual reality about the bleak future humanity faces without pollinators.

One of the two peregrine falcons nesting at the ULB watches over the 5 eggs laid (photo : RBINS)
09/04/2021

Falcons For Everyone 2021

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Charlotte Degueldre

Falcons for Everyone is back! Until May 3rd, you can follow the daily lives of two falcon families in Brussels live: watch as the couples hatch, when the chicks come out of their egg and when they finally fly out of the nest.

The Belgian coast guard aircraft OO-MMM. © NL Coastguard
06/04/2021

North Sea aerial surveys in 2020

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Kelle Moreau

In 2020, the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS) performed a total of 158 flight hours over the North Sea in the framework of the national programme of aerial surveys.

An artist's depiction of a "touchdown" meteor impact over Antarctica. (by Mark Garlick / markgarlick.com)
01/04/2021

New Study Discovers Ancient Meteoritic Impact Over Antarctica 430,000 Years Ago

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Reinout Verbeke

A research team of international space scientists, led by Dr Matthias van Ginneken from the University of Kent’s School of Physical Sciences, has found new evidence of a low-altitude meteoritic touchdown event reaching the Antarctic ice sheet 430,000 years ago.

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