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20:17

LifeStyle

The rebirth of the Iberian lynx

CECILIA CUERDO

...rabbits, and where the closest human communities do not pose an excessive risk in terms of hunting or road accidents - the two main causes of death. As the numbers reintroduced are small, any incident can affect the balance of the population. "We have

14:00

Local

Human remains found at what may be the first dolmen of Antequera

ANTONIO J. GUERRERO

...believes it will reveal important information and that there are many remains beneath the ground in the area around the rock. The present excavations have revealed two human skulls so far and stones which had been cut by hand, on the north side of the rock.

12:45

LifeStyle

"Further restrictions or another lockdown in winter time would be worse than before"

MATÍAS STUBER

...names? There is no specific scientific reason. I understand it is that way because the time changes before the start of summer and the start of winter. Nothing more than that. Are we human beings guided by daylight? Absolutely. Our biological ... those are associated with the recuperation of the systems involved in the human body. Does the change in the hour disturb our internal body clock? The change in the hour does disturb it, yes, but so does the arrival of winter. That has been shown in ... people, the change to winter time makes them feel sad. Is the lack of daylight the only reason for that? I would say to a large extent, yes. We human beings think we are very capable but in fact we are strongly linked to the climate, time, atmospheric

22:15

Opinion

Lead 'em and weep

Peter Edgerton

Garden Of Sweden' and 'Swede Child O' Mine' would be forthcoming. Unfortunately, they were ignoring a basic tenet of human existence - offering power to the masses inevitably ends in disaster. This week we'll be celebrating our fifth anniversary down at

22:33

What to do

On the tiles

GEORGINA OLIVER

"highly symbolic" central image, representing a human brain. For a bird's eye view of the maze, go to Google maps and search for El Laberinto del Patio de Ernst Kraft.

14:24

Opinion

Planet in advance

Peter Edgerton

...rains molten iron out there, which would almost certainly mean the local supermarkets couldn't get away with selling those little three-euro umbrellas when the weather turns bad. It really is amazing what human beings are capable of - at both ends of

13:51

What to do

Museum Jorge Rando reopens after six months with six new exhibition rooms

Antonio Javier López

Rando's work are identity, dignity and the human condition. "For the past six years we have been inflexible about our function as a museum," she said, referring to the fact that its success is not calculated on the number of visitors - who are not

15:25

Opinion

Luis from Portugal

MARÍA DOLORES TORTOSA

...often, especially in the press. There are many human stories being told about the pandemic, and I take a special interest in those that serve as a lesson in life and arise out of paradoxes. For example, the "angels" that "saved the life" of British

14:57

Opinion

Muffin, the dog who loves to travel

PETER HARRISON

...was warmly welcomed. What a varied life Muffin had and he adjusted beautifully, largely due to the considerable care given by Tony and I like to think a bit of attention from me. Pets, with human assistance, can adapt.