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A reminder is that we share a habitat and a common experience with other creatures.
We seem resigned to losing our green world.
Most spiders eat and remake their webs every day.
John Burnside's nature column.
Michael Brooks on the misinterpretation of eye-catching research.
There is a long tradition of poets celebrating chance encounters with animals, but such meetings are becoming increasingly rare.
The city remains, for the moment, admirably wild.
The campaigner on what's wrong with our drug laws - and how magic mushrooms might help treat depression.
Ruth Padel argues that London Zoo is a place of respite and renewal.
London is hoping to transform itself from Victorian capital to futuristic metropolis, but reality seems to be getting in the way.
Inside the life of plants.
Just like an iceberg, the visible part of a lightning strike is just a tiny fraction of the whole.
The real problem with "creationist schools" is not their attitude to science, says Nelson Jones.
In a shocking twist, it's humans who are the real monsters.
The death of Lonesome George raises questions of how many endlings we will see.
Rachel Whiteread's golden foliage at the Whitechapel Gallery.
What is causing the strange disappearance of our songbirds?
Rational discussion of genetically modified crops is beyond us
What do debutante balls, the Japanese tea ceremony, Ponzi schemes and doubting clergy all have in co
In the second in a series of essays on nature and landscape, Richard Mabey sees a premonition of spr