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Hedgehogs and the traditional medicine trade

In the UK the Western European hedgehog (Erinaceus europaeus) is widely treasured and was voted the UK's national emblem in a poll by...

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Washed, spun, and dried by a $40 washing machine

The washing machine is amongst the greatest time-saving inventions. The statistician Hans Rosling boldly claims the humble washing...

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On the edge of loss

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Zombie worms of the Cretaceous

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Demonising badgers in the press

Not a very newsworthy story in the telegraph. There is some clear scaremongering going on here and its being done suspiciously close to...

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Zombie worms of the Cretaceous

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Hedgehogs emerging: spring is here

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Renewable energy on the rise

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Hot is the New Normal

February 1985 - That's the last time we had a month with below average temperatures. That's barely within my lifetime.

Two things...

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The week in wildlife - in pictures

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Dining on dinosaur

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Fracking poses a risk to public health

There have been many arguments against fracking often involving the damage that the process can do to the environment. This article...

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