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We have known for a long time that the matriarchs in herds have passed on critical information to others in that herd. It's a logical thing, considering humans as mammals do the same. We look to our parents to pass on their experiences to us, and they craft and shape how we think as we grow up. Sadly, sometimes ...

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It has been a long journey to this moment.

Back in 2018 a law was introduced through the UK Parliament that would effectively close many of the routes through the UK for illegal Ivory. It stemmed from an investigation by the UK's Environmental Investigation Agency. This charity, which is seen worldwide ...

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We live in interesting times. Who would have thought that we would be writing off 2020 as the year we didn't do anything?

Well, not traveling aside, there are so many things that are happening right now, that when we do eventually come out of this forced hibernation will be a shock to us. Nature has ...

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This is a post that may not help me with corporations, or perhaps it will?

In the past I've always taken the view that corporations were the evil empire, and I don't suppose I'm the only one! However, part of that might actually be because of my experience in the corporate world, and more specifically ...

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Even though we have all been enjoying the Christmas break, something that has not escaped anyone's view has been the awful fires that have destroyed huge amounts of Australia. Now this isn't going to be a post about global warming, as we can all now accept easily the evidence.

No, my thoughts are that ...

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Something that is marvelous to watch in Brixham are the numerous "bold as brass" Turnstones. In Summer with their striking livery or as now with their Winter coats. These little birds will wander around and under the feet of many of the locals or tourists that come to Brixham.

On my first walk ...


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