A Naturalist in the Gulbenkian Garden – How and why?

This Garden, right in the heart of Lisbon, is a haven for numerous animals and plants. Here we can learn more about how species live and why they do what they do.

Based on the garden’s biodiversity and with the help of experts, we will give you the answers to 12 “how and why” questions on birds, insects, mammals, amphibians and plants.

With this second series of “A Naturalist in the Gulbenkian Garden” you will find out why dragonflies have such large eyes, how bats hunt at night, how mushrooms reproduce and other curiosities that prove just how fantastic nature is.

 

 

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Updated on 20 may 2022

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