Tag Archives: Animals

The snails are out!

Belgium is experiencing some hot and humid, almost tropical weather the last days/weeks. Perfect weather to find snails, I found out (and even better weather to meet up with mosquitos, I learned the hard way). Great weather for plants to grow as well. … Continue reading

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Learning

A PhD is a lot about learning. Although I am ‘really’ working for ‘real’ money; and I feel (and act) like a scientist, there is the ‘student’ part in PhD-student that should never be neglected. Although I am not truly a … Continue reading

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A mildly booming business

We have been spending considerable amount of time uploading my pictures on Fotolia, one of the main websites for stock photography. It is a lot of work to get them on there, but the occasional reward makes it a lot of … Continue reading

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Alliances against invasion

This post first appeared on the MRI mountain blogs.  In the discipline of mountain invasion, the enemy has many faces. Some are large and visible, marching uphill in plain sight. Others are small and sneaky, slipping invisibly and unnoticed behind your … Continue reading

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A gerbil’s world

You might recall the support team that we adopted and that will guide me through my PhD with love and cute little bites.   They now have their own little blog called a gerbil’s world! They run the blog themselves (with … Continue reading

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Getting so tired of it

This lion is getting so tired of your problems, Belgium! A huge yawn is the best reaction to the news that Belgium got elected ‘Fossil of the Day’ at the ongoing COP21 conference on Climate Change. As we did not … Continue reading

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