Have you ever stepped outside to gaze at the glittering stars before bed? As humans, we don’t spend much time outside after dark – we are diurnal, which means we eat, talk, work and play during the day, and spend most of the night sleeping. But the world at night is a wilderness in itself, full of animals, birds and insects that have adapted perfectly to life

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