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  • Drogo’s Story

    Drogo’s Story

    Lajuma is a beautiful, serene and peaceful place. We have an incredibly diverse array of species living here, being protected here. At night we hear leopards... Read more

    The 20 February 2013 by   Iratemonkey
  • The Genes That Make You, You

    Genes That Make You,

    Some segments of the genome are crucial to survival and so any changes to these regions, even small ones, can prove fatal. These means that these sequences don’... Read more

    The 19 February 2013 by   Reprieve
  • Busy at Lajuma

    Busy Lajuma

    From 12th February through 3rd March Lajuma will be hosting a film crew from Triosphere as well as professional wildlife trapper and television host Dairen... Read more

    The 13 February 2013 by   Iratemonkey
  • Why Did the Neanderthals Go Extinct?

    Neanderthals Extinct?

    This post will be appearing on the Advanced Apes shortly. You get a peak ahead of time, because I love you The Neanderthals were our closest relatives who... Read more

    The 12 February 2013 by   Reprieve
  • Mass


    Since the putative discovery of the Higgs boson this past summer, I have heard and read multiple attempts at explaining what exactly this discovery  means. Read more

    The 11 February 2013 by   Ccc1685
  • The Social Brain Hypothesis and Crows

    Social Brain Hypothesis Crows

    The social brain hypothesis posits that one of the reasons large brains developed is to allow us to live well in large social groups. With a large brain we coul... Read more

    The 07 February 2013 by   Reprieve
  • Why Our Brains Are Big


    This post first appeared at The Advance Apes on 1/31/13 One of the most important traits we’ve developed over the course of human evolution is our... Read more

    The 05 February 2013 by   Reprieve
  • Wildlife Forensic Science Versus Poachers

    Wildlife Forensic Science Versus Poachers

    There was a time when the killing of endangered animals was fairly easy to cover. Elephants were slaughtered in great numbers for their tusks, bears for their... Read more

    The 03 February 2013 by   Dplylemd
  • Most Bizarre Looking Sharks On Earth

    Most Bizarre Looking Sharks Earth

    image credit: Citron cc The earliest known sharks date from more than 420 million years ago. Since that time, they have diversified into over 470 species. And... Read more

    The 03 February 2013 by   Gerard
  • The Evolution of Cooperation – Three Theories Or One (or None)?

    Evolution Cooperation Three Theories None)?

    Ever since Darwin, evolutionary biologists have thought and written (and argued about) the evolution of cooperation. In the 20th century, at least three... Read more

    The 01 February 2013 by   Allen_macneill