Widespread heterotrophic unicellular organisms with constantly changing shapes
Remarkable civil engineering works to continue the Netherland's centuries-long fight against the sea.
This animation helps you learn the basics of healthy eating.
The large white butterfly is a common species of butterflies, through which we demonstrate the anatomy of butterflies.
Red deer are even-toed ungulates, ruminants. Their males have spectacular antlers.
A type of snake with a characteristic spot on its neck.
This animation demonstrates the anatomy of birds through the example of mallards.
Freshwater fish used as food in many parts of the world.
The cockchafer (or maybug) is a widespread bug in Europe. Its larvae, known as chafer grubs are considered a pest.
Organs that detect signals of the environment or of the body and transmit them to the brain as nerve impulses.
Jellyfish are free-swimming marine animals, a species of Cnidaria, the most ancient group of Eumetazoans.
The most ancient group of animals, they live underwater, lack real tissues and body symmetry.
The anatomy of annelids is demonstrated through the example of the common earthworm.
A species of mollusc widespread in freshwaters.
The axolotl, also known as Mexican salamander, is an amphibian species that keeps its gills even in adulthood.
Moles are small subterranean mammals with modified, spade-like forelegs.
Honeybees produce a sweet and nutritious substance, honey.
A blood clot that forms in the deep veins of the lower limbs can cause a fatal pulmonary embolism if they enter the lungs.
A geisha is a traditional Japanese entertainer whose skills include performing classical music and dance.
The Hypothalamic-pituitary axis is the regulating centre of our endocrine system.