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Sports, treasure hunting… 5 ideas for walks during the Easter holidays in Nantes

By Laura Gentile Published in 8 Apr 22 at 7:46 am News Nantes See my news Follow this media Actu Nantes has selected activities to do during the holidays. (Illustration / © Corinne Chauvigné / News Nantes) Easter starts this Saturday, April 9th, in Nantes! Great opportunity to get out a bit and relax alone …

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Boas, python, lizards: Patrick Molherat can’t live without his reptiles in Vichy (Allier)

This passion for reptiles came late, but it is ubiquitous in the life of Patrick Molierate. First, he started with an interest in fish. It was this that motivated him to join the club of the terrariophile association Aquariophilie in Vichy. By participating in the life of the association, he learned to overcome his fear …

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Seth: promoting biodiversity and water quality through farmers

Since November 2021, 36 farmers from Bassin-de-Thau have been participating in an environmental experiment. Sète Agglopôle Méditerranée has been selected for a five-year Payment for Environment (PES) pilot with farmers. On a voluntary basis, 36 farmers were selected due to their geographical location. “We gave priority to the Pallas watershed because it is a stream …

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improving animal welfare in small zoos and animal parks – Agglotv.com

In smaller Swiss zoos, zoos and aviaries, the Swiss Animal Welfare Agreement has made positive strides towards more favorable conditions for animals, as is already happening in large Swiss zoos. This is an important finding from the latest PSA report on zoos. However, in almost all zoos there are forms of management that the PSA …

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Disturbing bestial rhetoric of Vladimir Putin

In a recent tirade, Vladimir Putin likened Ukrainians to mosquitoes that need to be spit out to cleanse society. Professor of Social Psychology at the University of Grenoble-Alpes, Director of the House of Human Sciences-Alpes (MSH-Alpes), author of the book Encounter with Animals. Our emotions, our prejudices, our ambivalence (Odile Jacob, 2022), Laurent Beg-Shankland revolts …

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Wounded in battle with the dinosaurs, Big John tells us more about their healing system.

DINOSAURS – “Big John” hasn’t revealed all of his secrets. The famous Triceratops, sold at auction on October 21, 2021 for a record €6.6 million (see video above), was recently studied by researchers. They conclude that this dinosaur was probably involved in a fierce fight in the months before it died. Published this Thursday, April …

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Archeology: Asteroid-killed dinosaur fossil discovered, scientists say

Jonathan Amos BBC Science Correspondent 4 hours ago photo credit, Screenshot/BBC image caption, Sir David Attenborough seeks the help of experts to understand the meaning of the fossil foot. Scientists have unveiled an amazingly well-preserved dinosaur leg. This limb, along with its skin, is one of a series of remarkable discoveries made at the Tanis …

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