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Summary Eesti Loodus 2016/4

The migration phenology of birds reflects climate changes Mait Sepp, Vello Palm and Aivar Leito look for relations between climate changes and the arrival of migratory birds. Research indicates that those birds which winter nearby arrive earlier than before. My summer in Estonia Indrek Ladva takes the role of a ……»

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Summary Eesti Loodus 2016/03

Bird of the year 2016: Great tit Margus Ots introduces the biology and distribution of our most common wintering passerine bird and shares advice about feeding the tits in wintertime. Estonian Nature inquires Züleyxa Izmailova writes about action needed to take to save the flying squirrel Tarvo Valker explaines if ……»

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Summary Eesti Loodus 2016/02

Hibernation and winter nap Uudo Timm explains why some animals have to go deep winter sleep while others can just take a light nap. Estonian Nature inquires Jüri Kamenik writes about reasons why North-Estonia received a much thicker snow cover in January compared to continental Estonia. Where did the old roads ……»

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Summary Eesti Loodus 2016/01

Evolution of humans: Why men see the picture and women hear words? Juhan Javoiš and Lauri Palumets study if there is an evolutionary explanation to the differences of senses between men and women.   Meteorological observatory 150: The length of ice phenomena on rivers has shortened remarkably Tiia Pedusaar, Tiina Nõges, Peeter Nõges ……»

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Summary Eesti Loodus 2015/11

Why do we get sick? An evolutionary view Peeter Hõrak imparts a hard fact: the humans’ fight against diseases is quite hopeless; all we can do is to adjust with diseases.   Why do we tend to become taller? Juhan Javoiš has interviewed Peeter Hõrak, the professor of physiological animal ……»

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