Nature-Environment

Blog posts, podcasts and videos/vlogs about nature, environment, conservation, environmental protection, animals, birds, marine life and protection of species, as well as information on new discoveries


House martin on the ground and flying sand martin. 360 on History

Martins – Liverpool Nature Nerds

House and sand martins visit the UK in the summer. Check out these amazing birds here.

Barn swallow (Hirundo rustica) summer 2004, Denmark. 360 on History

Swallows – Liverpool Nature Nerds

Swallows are summer birds to the UK and this post is for the Liverpool Nature Nerds a community forum by 360 on History. They are here from March to October

Common swift or Apus apus in flight

Swifts – Liverpool Nature Nerds

Summer is almost upon us and it time for more migratory birds to arrive in the UK from Africa. We've had a few already but I for one can't wait for the swifts, swallows and martins. Here we talk about...

Bee in yellow poppy by 360onhistory.com

Are these bees actually unscrewing a soda bottle?

  We know that bees are extremely clever. They have excellent communication skills, can do arithmatic, and some even use tools to protect their hives. To this can be added something else. A video...

Amazon Forest Basin Boundaries

The Amazon is Now Emitting More Greenhouse Gases Than it is Absorbing l Blogpost

The Amazon is Now Emitting More Greenhouse Gases Than it is Absorbing according to two new studies this year, causing difficulty in achieving climate goals, if it reaches a permanent reversal. It is a...

Grimpoteuthis imperator dumbo octopus recently discovered at Emperor Seamounts in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. Image: Alexander Ziegler

Cuteness Alert! New Species of Dumbo Octopus Identified

For the first time, biologists at the University of Bonn in Germany have identified a new species of Dumbo octopus called, Grimpoteuthis imperator, by using non-invasive methods.

Maypole Dancing

May 1 – Arrival of the Sun

May 1 is a day to celebrate the arrival of the Sun in many countries in the north for 2000 years, with dancing around a maypole and Morris Dancing in the UK

Amazon Moonflower blooming at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

Timelapse video showing beautiful Moonflower Cactus blooming

This is a Timelapse video showing the beautiful Moonflower Cactus blooming. The planet is from the Amazon rainforest and blooms once a year.

Coelacanth by 360 on History

Podcast Episode 31 l Coelacanth – A fish no longer extinct

Coelacanth - A fish no longer extinct, a nature podcast on this very cool fish, thought to be extinct & considered a living fossil. It's not.

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