December Science Nature presents the wild cousin of reindeer


The red deer was an important animal for the ancient Finns, and ancient traps, rock paintings and even the woman’s name Petra have been remembered. The animal itself has already died out of us once, but successful transplants have restored it to our wildlife. But why is it so difficult to find suitable home forests for this delicate reindeer herd, even though about 75 percent of our land area is covered by forest?

Wild deer in addition, in the new issue we will cover the following topics, among others:

A look in the eyes

The cat combines its prey with its viral eyes, the owl shines in its night vision and the four-eyed fish roams below and above the surface at the same time. To everyone’s eyes, the world looks unique.

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How does Tintti work?

Winter-eating tits in Finland spend their days on food and producing and saving energy. Their spring begins as early as February.

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Smell the snow!

A Christmas tree might be a white spruce that smells like blackcurrant, or a balsamic spruce that has a festive look. German fir is the well-known song Tannenbaum.

Dripping over the winter

When the cold weather begins, the powder retreates to the bottom of its home water and begins to make liquor. Its blood alcohol level can rise to drunk readings.

I will remain a wonderland

Every time a skater encounters a different kind of ice: there is a smooth grand piano, black marble, a surface that is slippery in the rain, a raging rattle, sticky toffee.

All became a winter guest

The ice-free sea attracts Arctic birds to winter in Finland.

From the top bare to the Arctic Ocean

There is a huge difference between the barren fell and the rich, colorful sea of ‚Äč‚Äčlife.

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