October Science Nature shows a small and cunning wolverine hiding place, takes a dip in the deep waters with gray whales and gets excited about soil reading skills in the author’s yard.


The new Science Nature waves after a forest marathoner, a wolverine known as a glutton. The wolverine in the north is called by barren names, a killing machine, a jerk, a devil and an evildoer. The names do not flatter the little weasel. Research professor specializing in large carnivores at the Natural Resources Center Ilpo Kojola know why the greed is not kept there. From the reindeer herder’s point of view, the wolf seems to be a cruel greedy who rages on his prey and outright enjoys killing. The impression is that the wolf is preying on stock.

In fact, the wolf is not greedy, but worried about the adequacy of his stocks. When you live by wilting the prey of larger beasts, you should prepare for the future. Therefore, it hides much of its food. A bloody cache might hang in Kello’s beak or hurt a hiker’s leg in a quarry.

From the wilderness forest we dive beneath the surface alongside the great giants of the seas. Have you ever wondered what whale leather feels like? Marine biologists Jessica Haapkylä was able to make his dream come true when a gray whale-spotted gray whale rose to the surface next to his boat and offered his head to be ironed. The kind giants are gentle and many of them enjoy the touch.

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Burning wood smells in the air as we approach the fire site. A burnt forest destroys the home and life of some species, but for others it is a lifeline. When the ants are still glowing red in the wake of a forest fire, there is already a buzz in the air. Species dependent on burnt material arrive on site.

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Do you know what soil literacy is? Author Mari Mörö invites the reader with him to mourn the country and admire with him the result of hundreds of hours of work.

In Hossa National Park, there is no need to light a ceasefire alone. The high ridge region is a very popular excursion destination and a fisherman’s paradise.

Adventures in late autumn, Science Nature reader!



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