At a time when the world faces pressures from climate change and biodiversity loss, seeds have never been more important. Here, we see how seed-bearing plants evolved, and unravel the science behind
An absorbing study of how birds think, revealing how science is exploding the myth of our feathered friends being ‘bird brained’, and how recent discoveries may call for us to re-evaluate how
Jellyfish are mysterious creatures, luminously beautiful with remarkably varied life cycles. These ancient animals are found in every ocean at every depth, and have lived on Earth for at least 500 million
The RHS Wild in the Garden Diary 2017 celebrates British wildlife. It is illustrated with photographs of birds, mammals, amphibians and insects that may be found in gardens, plus tips on how to manage
A contemporary, accesssible cookbook showing how experimental foodies, eco-conscious cooks and protein-eaters can prepare and cook more than 55 incredible recipes using insects.