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Survival programmes 'don't take a man...whose idea of wilderness is the back of a garden centre and drop him unsupported in the middle of nowhere'
Fairhead's book tells the story of two very different men, 'neither of whom initially regarded the other as entirely human'
In May 1848, two young Englishmen sailed up the Amazon and optimistically hoped to support themselves by collecting specimens of exotic fauna and flora for museums and collectors back home in Britain
A stunning profusion of maps, diagrams and infographics from every part of the world and every corner of the brain
They say you should never judge a book by its cover, but at first glance a librarian might quickly catalogue this exploration of the British Landscape under children's interest
Swiping for information has become so normal that a trip abroad can sometimes feel like a small amputation
New Natural History Museum exhibition provides considerable information about the creation and history of coral reefs, but fails to inspire
There are many cycle route planners that look slicker than CycleStreets, but this the ganddaddy.

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