Biology Magazine


  • A 13,530 Year Old Stone Age Map

    13,530 Year Stone

    The cave of Abauntz in Spain has a long history. It was first inhabited by Neanderthals, who were replaced by stone age humans. Even some Bronze Age people live... Read more

    The 07 February 2014 by   Reprieve
  • Bill Nye Totally Won That Debate

    Bill Totally That Debate

    The debate tonight between Bill Nye and Ken Ham was won by Nye hands down. Hands up. Take a look at this lovely slide: That is a fantastic point. I have not see... Read more

    The 04 February 2014 by   Bjornostman
  • Our Hand is Still Evolving

    Hand Still Evolving

    Our muscles can vary a lot from person to person, in terms of size, shape, structure. Some people even have muscles that are completely missing in others! Read more

    The 06 February 2014 by   Reprieve
  • Panthropology Reveals 4,300 Year Old Chimp Site

    Panthropology Reveals 4,300 Year Chimp Site

    Panda 100 is an archaeological site like any other. 4 kilograms of rock were excavated, baring traces of having been used as tools to crack nuts and a series... Read more

    The 09 February 2014 by   Reprieve
  • 12,000 Year Old Prehistoric Art Shows Woman Hunting

    12,000 Year Prehistoric Shows Woman Hunting

    The notion of “man the hunter” has been one of the dominant views of hunter-gatherers since the 1960s, when a book and conference (appropriately enough called... Read more

    The 28 February 2014 by   Reprieve
  • Nature Night 2014

    Nature Night 2014

    Over the past few years the Primate and Predator Project has been very busy researching species and gaining a huge amount of data on wildlife. Read more

    The 21 February 2014 by   Iratemonkey
  • Does Hunting Affect Leopard Behaviour?

    Does Hunting Affect Leopard Behaviour?

    Hi, My name is Sophie and I am a Predator Research Assistant for the Primate and Predator Project. I’m here as part of an internship from my zoology course at... Read more

    The 25 February 2014 by   Iratemonkey
  • Our Hands Are an Evolutionary Accident

    Hands Evolutionary Accident

    The big difference is that foot bones are called tarsals but hand bones are called carpals.Our hands and legs are very similar, sharing many of the same bones... Read more

    The 27 February 2014 by   Reprieve
  • Hyaena Success!

    Hyaena Success!

    For anyone who is new to this blog, for the past year finding the collared brown hyaenas has become an obsession! For my PhD research into relationships... Read more

    The 13 February 2014 by   Iratemonkey
  • The Sum of the Natural Numbers is -1/12?

    Natural Numbers -1/12?

    This wonderfully entertaining video giving a proof for why the sum of the natural numbers  is -1/12 has been viewed over 1.5 million times. Read more

    The 10 February 2014 by   Ccc1685