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Researchers are surprised by the number.
Hundreds of insects, lichens and fungi live in the hollow spaces of centuries-old Norwegian oaks which are the verge of disappearing.
Every fall, Eleonora’s falcons nest by the Mediterranean, preying on migrant birds coming from the north. A Norwegian scientist has filmed the species over a long period to study the bird’s diet and activity.
The lichen species Altissima has never been found anywhere else than the summit of Norway’s highest mountain – Galdhøpiggen.
It might not be so advantageous for us to help endangered animal species by selecting what we consider suitable mates for them.
A valley in Norway is a treasure trove of rare species that have left their kin in Asia and Europe for remote Scandinavia.
A common type of ocean algae has been found in a lake in the mountains of western Norway. Why are they there?
The ocean is teeming with tiny, exquisite creatures that have concealed themselves in certain ways from scientists. Now, 200 years after the organisms were discovered, Norwegian researchers have started to clear up mysteries from the DNA of radiolarians.