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Europe’s Lost Forests – Coverage has Halved Over 6,000 years

Ireland has the lowest forest cover of all European countries. More than half of Europe’s forests have disappeared over the past 6,000 years thanks to increasing demand for agricultural land

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Risk Of Chocolate Poisoning In Dogs Peaks At Christmas

Don’t let pooch get at your nom noms! University of Liverpool researchers are warning of a “significant peak” in the risk of chocolate poisoning in dogs over the Christmas period

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What is Your Dog Trying to Tell You? Within a Few Years, You Will Know.

Soon we will have devices that will enable our dogs to talk back to us. “I talk to my dog all day long,” says Daisy Murphy of South Dublin. “He

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Tiny Bees Are The Tinder of Tree Sex Lives

When it comes to sex between plants, tiny bees play a critical role in promoting long-distance pairings. That’s what scientists discovered after one of the most detailed paternity tests in

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Trees Make Your Street Warmer in the Winter

The Irish people have always worshipped trees, but there is a new reason to be feeling good about our arboreal friends. Even a single urban tree can help moderate wind