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British Robins ... can't beat them! Wherever I've lived there has always been a robin who has totally befriended me - and I've always named them "Tim" in honour of one of my fave authors Derek Tangye, who wrote about one in his books ♥ It's unusual to see two sitting together like this; despite their endearing image they are very aggressive little birds, and will fight to the death over their territory.

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from Teaching: Leading Learning

Progress in my classroom? How it is made and how I know it.

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from Mail Online

It's enorm-moth! This newly-emerged atlas moth shows off its huge 30cm wingspan

Atlas Moth is the largest moth species (wing span of 30cm) in the world. Most commonly found in Southeast Asia, the moth is so named because its wing patterns are said to resemble maps. The moth's wing tips also appear to resemble a snake's head, which may be a tactic to scare off predators. Despite its grandeur, it will only live about a week. by Amy Oliver, dailymail.co.uk. #Atlas_Moth

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By Daily Mail Reporter

Royal jelly makes one live longer: Why queen bees survive 40-times longer than workers

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Black Robin on Rangatira Island, which is part of the Chatham Islands off the East Coast of New Zealand. The black robin is an endangered species.

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