Beech trees are survivors from prehistoric times, when much of the continents we have today formed the supercontinent Gondwana. Fossils of beech trees have been found in Australia, New Zealand, New Caledonia, South America and Antarctica.
I am mainly interested in the world around us and how it works. Biology essentially. Behaviour, ecology and evolutionary relationships and adaptations are my central sources of interest, well that and dinosaurs… and chocolate.
I’m studying Wildlife and Conservation Biology at uni.
Also I enjoy taking photos of these things , except for chocolate – I prefer to eat it.