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The most famous piece of Belgian portable artwork has to be the massive Chaleux stone. Engraved on both sides, it depicts a fine aurochs and a reindeer on one side and, on the other, a horse, a standing ibex and another ibex lying down. (Photo: RBINS)

The Most Ancient Belgian Art: Online And in 3D

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Reinout Verbeke

The Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS) has launched an online museum with the oldest art objects from Belgium.

The Ivy Bee (Colletes hederae) on a ivy flower

Zoom on Bees

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Sigrid Maebe

We developed a website and a new booklet for teachers and students on the importance of bees in our environment.

Pupils looking at the stick insects in their classroom

Pupils Help to Describe a New Stick Insect Species

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Reinout Verbeke

A new species of phasmids is going to be observed, described and named by children from 3 primary classes in Brussels and Namur (Belgium).

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