Talking about science is great, getting people involved is even better!

This is the motto of my new project Visit Portugal Through Science. You can see the latest posts here and a detailed description of the project here.

The idea is to show the country in a different light, explained by science, and answer questions that sometimes are left unanswered because there is no information or an expert at hand. Maybe your next trip to the beach or even your commute to work  can be a different experience, after you’ve learnt something new about your surroundings.

Anyone can submit questions and we’ll try to find experts to answer them!

Did you know that top predators are essential to keep biodiversity high rather than low? That’s what the merou does, for example! Check out some more fishy facts here! (photos by biologist D. Sayanda)



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