With around 8.7 million different types of animals and plants on Earth, classification is what helps us to group them into different families.  This helps us to make sense of the enormous biodiversity of our planet.

Photo of San Salvador rock iguana by James St John.


Calling young writers

At YPTE, we would like to start giving young people the chance to have their voices heard about environmental issues.  So from now on, we'll be pub...

Conservation Education 11 - Minibeasts

Spiders - aaaarrrggh! Slugs - yuk! Wasps - ouch! This is many people’s first reaction to the sight or mention of many of our minibeasts. The word ‘...

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