zpravodajství životního prostředí již od roku 1999

How well can you identify UK trees from their leaves - quiz

12.07.2013
Příroda
Eight out of 10 people in Britain are unable to identify an ash leaf when shown an image of one, according to a survey commissioned by the Woodland Trust. Can you do better?What tree is this?Ash BeechElderWhat tree is this?AshSycamoreMaidenhairWhat tree is this?OakElderBeechWhat tree is this?AshSycamoreMaidenhairWhat tree is this?Silver birchHorse chestnutOakWhat tree is this?ElderAshMaidenhairWhat tree is this?Silver birchBeechOakWhat tree is this?Silver birchOakElder2 and above.Oh dear. Older people are more likely to have better knowledge of trees. 23% of those aged 55 and over can recognise an ash leaf, compared with 10% of 18-24s, and 68% of people older than 55 can recognise an oak leaf, compared with 39% of 18-24s, according to the Wildlife Trust5 and above.Not bad, but not great. Older people are more likely to have better knowledge of trees. 23% of those aged 55 and over can recognise an ash leaf, compared with 10% of 18-24s, and 68% of people older than 55 can recognise an oak leaf, compared with 39% of 18-24s, according to the Wildlife Trust7 and above.Well done. Older people are more likely to have better knowledge of trees. 23% of those aged 55 and over can recognise an ash leaf, compared with 10% of 18-24s, and 68% of people older than 55 can recognise an oak leaf, compared with 39% of 18-24s, according to the Wildlife Trust Continue reading...
Zdroj: The Guardian

Komentáře k článku. Co si myslí ostatní?
Další zprávy z internetu




Další články
Podněty ZmapujTo
Mohlo by vás také zajímat
Naši partneři
Složky životního prostředí