Greenland’s Paradise Valley
04/01/2024

Greenland’s Paradise Valley

The Qinngua Valley, also known as Paradisdalen (meaning “paradise valley”) is a unique biome in southern Greenland and contains the island’s only natural forest zone.

M Mark Milligan
SEAWEED HAS BEEN A SUPERFOOD SINCE PREHISTORIC TIMES
10/17/2023

SEAWEED HAS BEEN A SUPERFOOD SINCE PREHISTORIC TIMES

Seaweed is often regarded as a superfood, celebrated for its health advantages and sustainability. There are approximately 10,000 different species of seaweeds in the world, however only 145 species are eaten today.

M Mark Milligan
HIDDEN HISTORY OF HORSES IN THE AMERICAN WEST
03/31/2023

HIDDEN HISTORY OF HORSES IN THE AMERICAN WEST

In a recent study published in the journal Science, a team of international researchers, including scientists from the University of Colorado Boulder, have conducted a comprehensive investigation into the history of early horses in North America.

M Mark Milligan
ANTARCTICA – THE LOST WORLD
08/13/2022

ANTARCTICA – THE LOST WORLD

Antarctica is situated almost entirely south of the Antarctic Circle and covers an area of 14.2 million km2.

M Mark Milligan