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Zoology Live! brings families to Cambridge's Museum of Zoology

Zoology Live! brings families to Cambridge's Museum of Zoology

Zoology Live! brings families to Cambridge's Museum of Zoology

With hands-on activities, live insects and other animals, the second annual Zoology Live! event has taken place


Discovering the new wildlife area in Cambridge

Discovering the new wildlife area in Cambridge

Discovering the new wildlife area in Cambridge

The Cambridge Independent's nature columnist, Martin Walters, has been exploring at Hobson's Park where he found a surprising amount of wildlife.


50 ways to live a greener life - Part I

50 ways to live a greener life - Part I

50 ways to live a greener life - Part I

As concern over climate change and the loss of biodiversity soar, we offer some practical advice on what simple actions you can take now


Gallery: Fifth monthly Cambridge Youth Strike demands climate justice

Gallery: Fifth monthly Cambridge Youth Strike demands climate justice

Gallery: Fifth monthly Cambridge Youth Strike demands climate justice

Mike Scialom watches young protesters make their point


Cambridge University Botanic Garden successfully raises 160 young titan arum plants

Cambridge University Botanic Garden successfully raises 160 young titan arum plants

Cambridge University Botanic Garden successfully raises 160 young titan arum plants

The garden has successfully raised 160 ‘baby titans’ from the 2017 flowering of its titan arum Amorphophallus titanum plant


An emergency response to climate change

An emergency response to climate change

An emergency response to climate change

Just declaring an emergency is not enough, says James Smith of Carbon Neutral Cambridge


One of world’s leading naturalists holds exhibition at Museum of Zoology

One of world’s leading naturalists holds exhibition at Museum of Zoology

One of world’s leading naturalists holds exhibition at Museum of Zoology

Event is a showcase for the work of Jonathan Kingdon who will reveal why zebras are striped


Big 100-year vision marked at Wicken Fen

Big 100-year vision marked at Wicken Fen

Big 100-year vision marked at Wicken Fen

The first ever property owned by the National Trust celebrated its anniversary with a weekend of wildlife fun


Cambridge Hedgehogs offers advice on how you can help our spiky friends

Cambridge Hedgehogs offers advice on how you can help our spiky friends

Cambridge Hedgehogs offers advice on how you can help our spiky friends

Group is working with Cambridge City Council during Hedgehog Awareness Week


Ultrasound scanner used on wild pregnant manta rays by University of Cambridge researchers

Ultrasound scanner used on wild pregnant manta rays by University of Cambridge researchers

Ultrasound scanner used on wild pregnant manta rays by University of Cambridge researchers

The team worked with the Manta Ray Trust to learn more about the gentle giants, which are threatened by bycatch and demand from Asian medicine


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