“I was recently reading a wildlife book in a train station to pass some time, when I thought I saw something about flying foxes. My train got called just as I was about to read the info so I’m still wondering if there really is such a thing as a flying fox?!"
--Jacob, Chattanooga, TN, U.S.A.
“I was recently doing research on cheetahs for school and my mother told me there is a breed of cheetah that actually has stripes. Please tell my mother that there is only one type of cheetah- the one with spots.”
--Lucas, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
From arriving here five months ago, being introduced to all the wonderful people at WildCRU (great bunch of dedicated people) getting stung by nettles (in a touch rugby match), catching chicken pox (which was thought to be swine flu), and going on with the studies, studying at the University of Oxford has been a great experience. I find this place fascinating and rich of history. The landscapes and meadows look like they were painted by one talented landscape artist. I was shocked to learn that a 200 year old building is considered young around here.