Sunlight, temperature and soil pH can all be measured with specific equipment.
How can air be used to disperse seeds and spores?
How is plant life adapted to survive in freezing Arctic temperatures?
Walia ibex live on sheer cliffs in Ethiopia and have adapted to survive on steep cliffs.
Professor Richard Fortey examines techniques used by sea anemones to survive a rock pool.
What adaptations and behavioural strategies can animals use to survive the desert heat?
Why is conserving biodiversity important for human existence?
Professor Richard Fortey looks at the effect of global warming on barnacle distribution.
Introduction to evolution from cloning of single-celled organisms to sexual reproduction.
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