For three years, speculative biology enthusiast Gert van Dijk has been writing a hard science fiction blog called Furahan Biology and Allied Matters, which deals with the realistic ecosystem on the imaginary planet Furaha. This blog is a treasure trove of biogeekery.
Destroyed by rising carbon levels, acidity, pollution, algae, bleaching and El Nino, coral reefs require a dramatic change in our carbon policy to have any chance of survival, report warns.
It is not quite a return to the days when dolphins and even whales were seen making their way upstream to Paris, but the Seine is welcoming back at least one long-lost visitor: the Atlantic salmon. A fish that in the Middle