An original carnivore
The Natural History Cupboard
by Gareth
2d ago
This week we have double palaeo news with a new pterosaur from Germany and a very well preserved nodosaur. Then we scurry up into the trees to meet the spotted wonder that is the common genet. All this and more this week. The cupboard is open, come on in ..read more
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A blue giant
The Natural History Cupboard
by Gareth
6d ago
This week we have news of giant alien toads roaming the north of Australia, and a very naughty duck on the loose in Lancashire. We then go in search of the largest creature on the planet, the blue whale. All this and more. The cupboard is open, come on in ..read more
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A venerable giant
The Natural History Cupboard
by Gareth
1M ago
We are back for our first episode of 2023. To kick things off we have news of Tasmanian devils being mistaken for cuddly toys and RSPCAs weirdest rescues of the last year. Then take a trip to Galapagos Islands to meet the animal that is embodiment of this amazing biosphere, the Galapagos Giant Tortoise. All this and more. The cupboard is open, come on in ..read more
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A quiz to end the year on (2022)
The Natural History Cupboard
by Gareth
1M ago
It's our last episode of the year and to round it off, we're excited to have another quiz for you (and us)! Once again, Jess is back to quiz us on several topics, including a look back on what happened this year in the weird and wonderful world of conservation and natural history! Feel free to play along too! The cupboard is open, come on in ..read more
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A very Christmassy episode (2022)
The Natural History Cupboard
by Gareth
1M ago
Ho ho ho! Merry Christmas cupboard dwellers! To celebrate the holidays we bring you three neatly wrapped creature features. So settle yourself down and enjoy a festive feature or two. The cupboard is open, come on in ..read more
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A true tarantula
The Natural History Cupboard
by Gareth
2M ago
This week there's news of Scottish wild cats being released in Devon and a wildlife park has an issue with some swearing parrots. Then follow Aaron down into the undergrowth to meet the original tarantula. All this and more. The cupboard is open, come on in ..read more
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A bird imprisoned in poop
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by Gareth
2M ago
This week, we have a bird rediscovered 140 years after it was thought extinct and just how big was T-rex? A new paper has some interesting ideas. Then we meet the Great Indian Hornbill, the beautiful bird we try badly to impersonate. All this and more. The cupboard is open, come on in ..read more
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A tale of the Trilobites
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by Gareth
2M ago
This week we hear about the Office star who has changed his name to help promote environmental protection. We also hear how wolves are being scared away with paintballs. Then dive into the ancient seas to hear the tale of one the most successful animal groups that has ever existed! All this and more. The cupboard is open, come on in ..read more
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A flesh eating bull
The Natural History Cupboard
by Gareth
3M ago
This week we hear how mass pond digging is helping Swiss frogs, and, if you fancy holidaying to the tarantula capital of America, we have a suggestion for you. We also meet the short-armed, horn-headed, meat-eating, bull-dinosaur, Carnotaurus! All this and more. The cupboard is open, come on in ..read more
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A hungry hungry water horse
The Natural History Cupboard
by Gareth
3M ago
This week we hear about a new sun bird and Drew has some choice things to say about fireworks. Then travel to an African river bank and meet one of the largest and most deadly animals the continent has to offer, the hippopotamus! All this and more. The cupboard is open, come on in ..read more
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