James borrell is a conservation scientist and science communicator, with a particular interest in how species adapt to changing climate.

Looking for something different?

Starting a website has been a learning curve full of surprises and revelations. One of the biggest surprises has been that (a few) people actually read it. For a minority it’s probably intentional, but most I think, found this site by accident.

Dipping into the stats pages, here’s a few of the more unusual search terms that landed here:

  • Is Madagascar inhabited by humans?
  • Trekking across Antarctica
  • What is the purpose of Dartmoor?
  • What’s the best decision you ever made?
  • Who is keeping an eye on the African Golden Cat?
  • Has anyone trekked across Antarctica
  • Fascination with the Amazon forest
  • Everything makes sense
  • Antarctica trekking barefoot
  • Kilt maker Exeter
  • Biodiversity Borrell (haha!)
  • Following in the footsteps of Captain Scott
  • Ants marching across the Amazon
  • Are there toads in Southern Chile

Quite what it all means is anyone’s guess. If you run a site and have some unusual hits, let me know I’m not alone in the comments below!

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