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Pigeons Preventing Pollution!

As an animal lover, I am always nostalgic about the old Trafalgar Square pigeons each time I visit London, so I was thrilled to see this...

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Clean and safe energy from local firm

We were delighted to see that local firm Tokamak Energy headed by David Kingham has announced that it is closing on its target of...

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Green prescriptions

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Electric cars: pulling the plug on petrol pumps?

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If you give a manta ray a mirror... you'll see signs of self-awareness.

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247 million year old blood vessels

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Are you part Neandertal?

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Claw-faced Tully monster finally gets a (phylogenetic) family

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440 million year old fungi

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Sparrows have four sexes due to a "supergene"

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