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20 years of rehabilitating marine animals

By Bruno G. Santos, In Renature, Algarve

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224 new species in Greater Mekong

A langur monkey, a half-orange, half-grey gecko and the world’s first succulent bamboo are among 224 new species in the Greater...
By PA/TPN, In Community, Renature

Animals that recently became extinct - or very nearly

These are just 7 to be added to a very long list
By Marilyn Sheridan, In Community, Renature




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Fighting airport pollution in Faro

A petition has been launched two weeks ago against airport pollution to change the flight path for departure heading north from...
By Paula Martins, In News, Algarve

Will Porto be the main terminal for international rail services?

The delays in developing the high-speed rail link between Madrid and Lisbon would seem...
By Paul Luckman, In Opinion Pieces

Portuguese association makes Mozambique healthier

By Bruno G. Santos, In Health, World, Portugal

History of Keys

By Marilyn Sheridan, In Curiosity

Other Renature Articles

We need to ‘stork’ about this amazing bird

“What did you do with my house!?”
By Jake Cleaver, In Renature

Another creature about to go the way of the Dodo

I know it has nothing to do with Portugal, but we may never see one anyway
By Marilyn Sheridan, In Renature

Would you like to be a fly on the wall in a nesting box?

Vita Nativas Local Accommodation for Birds Project is already “on the air” - with...
By Jake Cleaver, In Renature

Stag Beetles

They only have two things on their minds!
By Marilyn Sheridan, In Renature

A Rocha - taking care of the bright and beautiful

And you can get involved too.
By Jake Cleaver, In Renature, Environment

Have you seen this bird in Portugal?

Common Quail Coturnix coturnix
By Alan Vittery, In Renature

Centipede or millipede?

By Marilyn Sheridan, In Renature

Have you seen this bird?

By Alan Vittery, In Renature

“I’m ‘talon’ you, that's a camera!”

By Jake Cleaver, In Renature

Getting back to the natural ecosystem

In Renature

Sloths

By Marilyn Sheridan, In Renature