Eastbourne: Victoriana and Ethnogenetic Surprises

A short look at the town of Eastbourne, my perceptions of it, the reality and a little bit of history including an exploration of the Beachy Head Lady, a sub-saharan African buried near Eastbourne in around 200-250 CE! Showing how multiracial, multicultural and multiethnic Britain was before it considered itself ‘white’.

Caturday Special: Serval, Leptailurus serval

A short Caturday Special about the wonderful and elegant-looking medium-sized African Wildcat, the Serval. Giving a rundown of what it is, what it eats, when it’s active, how it has babies and most importantly why breeding them with domestic cats to make savannah cats is a bad idea.

Top Ten Cats #5 – Black-footed cat, Felis nigripes

A short article explaining the life, habits and (multiple times) the exceptional cuteness of the black-footed cat of Southern Africa.