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A strange and primitive shark-like fish is unlike any vertebrate ever discovered

An animation of the old 'shark' Fanjingshania renewed swimming. (Image credit: IVPP/Chinese Academy of Sciences) (opens in a new tab)Researchers in...

‘It’s time to kick-start the restoration’

Most of the peat bogs in Wales are upland cover bogsPeatland restoration targets are to be tripled in Wales in a bid to boost...

Europe and UK affected by ‘unprecedented’ number of bird flu cases this summer | bird flu

The UK and mainland Europe have been hit by an "unprecedented" number of bird flu cases this summer, with 47.5 million birds culled since...

The composition of the Earth was modified by collisional erosion | Sciences

Isotope measurements suggest that collisional erosion has an outsized role in understanding the distribution of Earth's elements.

Ancient footprints reveal the ‘Serengeti of the Irish Sea’

In all, there are 31 footprint beds, pointing to a period of dramatic change in this ecosystem. "Until about 6,000 years ago, there...

How to Add a Google Map to Your Google Document

AOME1812 / Shutterstock.com If you want to give your readers a quick and easy way to see a location or get directions, you can use...

UK power plant owner cuts down old-growth forests in Canada

Drax, Britain's largest power station, generates electricity by burning millions of tonnes of imported wood pelletsA company that has received billions of pounds in...

Did you solve it? Mathematics of a hypothetical new variant of Covid | math

Earlier today I posed the following puzzle about a hypothetical new variant of Covid.In case this is the first article you've read about viruses:...

Lake Eyre fracking is ‘the height of madness’, report suggests | Energy

The expansion of fracking in the Lake Eyre basin would be the "absolute height of madness" and its high-cost, high-emission unconventional gas could quickly...
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