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_Simosthenurus occidentalis_ had a body like a kangaroo, a face like a koala, and a bite like a panda. N. Tamura, CC BYA giant kangaroo ..read more
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Walter Mario Stein/ShutterstockNature is full of animals helping each other out. A classic example is meerkat cooperation. When the group ..read more
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Shutterstock/DezayA few years ago I had a car crash. I was driving in the middle lane of a motorway, when a truck pulled out from the ..read more
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Shutterstock. If the Amazon keeps burning, what will happen? – Ibrahim, aged 12, Maryland, US. There have been a lot of fires in ..read more
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Earthrise. NASALife is the last thing you would associate with the eternally dark craters of the lunar poles. But these craters could hold ..read more
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_Hydrophis cyanocinctus_ has a mysterious hole in the top of its skull. Alessandro Palci, Author providedOnly fish have gills, right? ..read more
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Evolution has no final endpoint in mind. Uncle Leo/Shutterstock.com A high school marching band’s T-shirt places a horn- ..read more
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Male (left) and female Heterodoxus spiniger from Borneo. Natural History Museum, London, Author providedThis is the story of how a ..read more
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Eyes surprise: fossil eyes from a 54 million year old cranefly. Lindgren et al./NatureFossilised flies that lived 54 million years ago ..read more
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ktsdesign/ShutterstockRarely has our environment changed so quickly. On top of climate change, we’re exposing ourselves to air ..read more

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