Their world in our hands….

Fabulous, Fantastic Fungi

– amongst the underground defenders of the earth.

The mycelia / root like network, reaches wide and far, constantly providing bioremediation,

mycofiltration, converting biomass and stabilising soil… Amazing.

Their World, in our hands. Our world, in their ‘hands’. Do no harm.

Essential services and clean up crew — Airborne division White-headed vulture (Trigonoceps occipitalis) critically endangered

Admiration goes to all those working to stop the destruction of the birds of prey, who fill such an important niche in the natural order.

Recently featured in news was Malawi’s Liwonde National Park, where four species of critically endangered vultures have started returning, after an absence of twenty years.

Their World, in our hands. Do no harm.

Entomologist meets Anthropologist. To non-primates, all primates look the same…

Marvellous Moles, members of The Underground Aeration and Clean-up Crew. (Mole Day, on the 23rd October, actually celebrates Avogadro’s Number (6.02 x 1023), which is a basic measuring unit in chemistry, defining the number of particles present in a single mole (mol) of any substance.)

World Rhino Day, 22nd Sep 2021

Their world, in our hands. World Elephant Day, 12th August 2021

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