We’ve seen Arctic relicts from the last ice age lingering in Vermont. Over in Europe, they’re celebrating the replacement of tundra with temperate forest after
Came across this powerful video while researching saxaul for this Friday’s post on the sand cat (it lives near these trees). Featured image: Staecker, via
Wildfire season is here. With it comes the inevitable reshaping of forests in many vulnerable areas. Death, and then recovery: But what about a major
You’ve heard of weeping willows? That’s a creeping willow, Salix arctica! But you don’t need to go up into the Arctic to see these plants.
First off, what’s a conifer? Secondly, what does it have to do with cats? Well, long before modern cats evolved in the Miocene, the world
Imagine a primitive cat, say, Proailrus or Styriofelis, in those woods! The following video is very nice, but I’m interested in this biome because, per