The value of earthworms What’s happening under our feet? TEXT Paul Donovan Charles Darwin, one of the world’s greatest naturalists, spent many years studying earthworms. He came to the conclusion that “no other living thing has had such a profound impact on history as has the earthworm”. They were, he concluded, “Natures ploughs” and were […]
The rhinoceros beetle, so-named due to its large recurving horn, is a well-known sight in gardens and on farms in Africa.
Flea Facts These ancient, wingless insects have been on earth for 160 million years and spend 95% of their lives in the environment.