Felines are some of the most fascinating animals in nature. From the common cat to the big cats, their character, their fur and their hunting skills have fascinated many people, from biologists to poets, and there is no doubt that these species still have many things to discover.
The Planetary Song Anthology is a project that promises not only to be unique and pioneering, but also to be framed within works such as 1984 or A happy world, in its antithesis and being a song of Hope and that is based on Cooperation, Collaboration and that It can be an essential contribution from the world of culture, letters and that contains the values that all the arts contribute from their social, cultural, educational and innovative commitment for the salvation of the Environment, of our home, the beloved Earth.
Within the framework of World Women's Day, we want to share a fragment of the story of two paleontologists who have participated in important discoveries in Coahuila. This is part of our latest project, Giants in the Desert.
Volcanoes have always seemed to me very fascinating geological formations, and although I live in an area without volcanic activity, I have been fortunate to be close to some that are found in Mexico.
But, did you know that there are not only volcanoes on the earth's surface but also underwater volcanoes? That's right, these are found in the oceans and many are also active.
Octopuses are animals with a nervous system that in many ways resembles that of vertebrates. Researchers from the Ensenada Center for Scientific Research and Higher Education are dedicated to unraveling some of the risks to its conservation.
Autumn is the time of migration of the monarch butterfly and it is very common that we can see them in our gardens on their way to their sanctuaries in central Mexico. We can all collaborate to get to know them better and help in their conservation.