News - Scientific News

BUY YOUR TICKETS ONLINE

TICKETS !

 

Guidelines to follow during your visit

The unfortunate minke whale on the beach of Bredene (Picture RBINS/MUMM_J. Haelters)
15/12/2020

Minke Whale Washed Ashore on the Beach of Bredene

post by
Kelle Moreau

A young minke whale that was washed ashore on Bredene beach on 11 December turned out to have a very unfortunate history: an empty stomach, intestines full of parasites and an abnormal spine. To make matters worse, two broken mandibles added to the problems.

Categories:
Scientific News
Collection of skulls from the medieval Coxyde abbey cemetery. (Photo: RBINS)
01/12/2020

Researchers to Make An Inventory of Human Remains in the Belgian Collections

post by
Reinout Verbeke

A team of researchers coordinated by the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS) are carrying out a survey to make an inventory of human remains in Belgian museums, research institutes and private collections, which will include human remains from colonial times.

Fishermen on Lake Tanganyika © Charlotte Huyghe
19/11/2020

East Congolese Fishermen Denounce Lack of Safety on Lake Tanganyika

post by
Siska Van Parys

Fishermen on Lake Tanganyika in DR Congo experience a lack of safety and demand a more honest enforcement of current regulations regarding overfishing and illegal material.

Leatherback turtle in the shrimp nets (© Kevin Van Thomme/bemanning O190)
05/11/2020

Leatherback turtle caught and released

post by
Kelle Moreau

On the 28th of October, the crew of the fishing vessel O190 Renilde experienced a shocking moment. Around 19:30 they encountered nothing less than a Leatherback turtle in their nets along the coast of Middelkerke/Ostend!

Categories:
Scientific News
The New Guinea Singing Dog belongs to one of at least five lineages that split off from the ancestral dog population during the Last Ice Age. (Photo: Nathan Rupert)
29/10/2020

Study of Ancient Dog DNA Traces Canine Diversity to the Ice Age

post by
Reinout Verbeke

A global study of ancient dog DNA presents evidence that there were different types of dogs more than 11,000 years ago in the period immediately following the Ice Age.

Pages

Subscribe to Royal belgian Institute for natural Sciences News
Go to top