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Charles has fun with World Pangolin Day run across Cambridge

Charles has fun with World Pangolin Day run across Cambridge

Charles has fun with World Pangolin Day run across Cambridge

Eight-hour charity run will help save endangered species - and it’s not too late to donate


Jeffrey Archer rescues swan in Grantchester

Jeffrey Archer rescues swan in Grantchester

Jeffrey Archer rescues swan in Grantchester

The novelist came to the rescue of the swan last week after it had wandered into the middle of a busy road.


The majesty of trees at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

The majesty of trees at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

The majesty of trees at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Martin Walters inspects some of the amazing species.


Life - and potentially new species - discovered below 900m Antarctic ice shelf by Cambridge researchers

Life - and potentially new species - discovered below 900m Antarctic ice shelf by Cambridge researchers

Life - and potentially new species - discovered below 900m Antarctic ice shelf by Cambridge researchers

Strange sponge-like creatures were found living in darkness, far from open water, in a world-first.


Charles’ run on World Pangolin Day will help protect endangered mammal

Charles’ run on World Pangolin Day will help protect endangered mammal

Charles’ run on World Pangolin Day will help protect endangered mammal

Charity fundraiser for World Pangolin Day on Saturday (February 20)


Peterhouse calls in landscape designer to overhaul gardens

Peterhouse calls in landscape designer to overhaul gardens

Peterhouse calls in landscape designer to overhaul gardens

Courtyard gardens, a Cosin Court redesign, and the opening up of gardens on cards

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Moonflower set to flower for first time in UK at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Moonflower set to flower for first time in UK at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Moonflower set to flower for first time in UK at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Watch the livestream here of the flowering of a rare Amazonian flowering cactus.

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Cambridge artist Debbie Baxter explains her special relationship with trees

Cambridge artist Debbie Baxter explains her special relationship with trees

Cambridge artist Debbie Baxter explains her special relationship with trees

Debbie Baxter, a Cambridge artist who has previously been featured on the BBC's Countryfile, discusses the power of trees.


Courtship songs ruined by traffic noise: Anglia Ruskin University probes plight of field crickets

Courtship songs ruined by traffic noise: Anglia Ruskin University probes plight of field crickets

Courtship songs ruined by traffic noise: Anglia Ruskin University probes plight of field crickets

Females cannot detect quality songs amid the man-made sounds.


Buzzard found shot in Cambridgeshire village

Buzzard found shot in Cambridgeshire village

Buzzard found shot in Cambridgeshire village

Warning: Article contains an image of the dead bird.


PetMedix: Bringing antibody therapies to cats and dogs

PetMedix: Bringing antibody therapies to cats and dogs

PetMedix: Bringing antibody therapies to cats and dogs

BioMed@Babraham biotech has early therapeutics for animals


The RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch: How the fortunes of birds have changed over the years

The RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch: How the fortunes of birds have changed over the years

The RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch: How the fortunes of birds have changed over the years

Take part in the perfect lockdown activity from January 29-31, 2021.


Government help promised for Cambridge region’s globally-rare chalk streams

Government help promised for Cambridge region’s globally-rare chalk streams

Government help promised for Cambridge region’s globally-rare chalk streams

South Cambridgeshire could be declared a water-stressed areas.


Enjoy the birds around you - and help track their fortunes with the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch

Enjoy the birds around you - and help track their fortunes with the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch

Enjoy the birds around you - and help track their fortunes with the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch

Cambridge-based naturalist Martin Walters discusses what is visiting his garden and some of the early flowers.


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