What is Mimicry in Evolutionary Biology?
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What is Mimicry in Evolutionary Biology?

Mimicry is a term in evolutionary biology that describes when an organism has evolved to resemble something else - usually an organism of another species. This blog post will look at how animals and plants use mimicry advantageously. 
An introduction to Radiolaria - an organism over 500 million years old!
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An introduction to Radiolaria - an organism over 500 million years old!

Radiolaria are a water-dwelling single-cell micro-organism. They measure a minuscule 0.1-0.2mm and have beautifully intricate mineral skeletons, usually made of silica. They are a type of zooplankton and float freely around oceans, seas, and freshwater areas, feeding on smaller animals and minerals.
Fascinating facts about tropical fish
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Fascinating facts about tropical fish

Learn about our top five favourite tropical fish! Read on to hear how fish help maintain a balanced eco system and find out the connection between 19th century convicts and a small white fish.