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BBC News - Science & Environment
Greenland ice sheet losses double
New dates rewrite Neanderthal story
Antarctic hides extreme ecosystem
'Growth drives UK flooding problems'
Tree-hugging snakes put safety first
Iceland raises volcano alert level
Elephant deaths reach tipping point
Vanishing canyon has 50 years left
Richard III 'drank a bottle a day'
River turtle mothers 'talk' to young
Magpies 'don't steal shiny objects'
Beetles' whiteness understood
Child's drawing 'predicts intellect'
Spiders 'do better' in cities
Camouflage sheet inspired by octopus
Exotic grains from cosmos identified
Smell of dollars may catch smugglers
Mosaic image reveals Martian glory
Pentagon researches hi-tech tank
Sweat-powered 'phone battery' made
Rosetta: Comet probe starts work
SeaWorld to redesign its whale tank
Maths helps find climate-proof crops
Giant Amazon fish 'locally extinct'
GM flies 'could save crops'
Rising economies 'ahead on climate'
Sheep rustling boosts rural crime
Drugs-bust primate given UK asylum
Crocodile kills Australia fisherman
Rare birds attempt to nest in UK
VIDEO: Russian cosmonauts go on spacewalk
VIDEO: Aerials show flooded Arizona desert
VIDEO: Africa's elephants in net decline
AUDIO: Jupiter and Venus light up morning sky
VIDEO: Dolphins squeal with delight
VIDEO: Extinct mammoth 'walks on beach'
AUDIO: Is 'the thieving magpie' just a myth?
VIDEO: Is politics risking space projects?
Life on Ebola front line
VIDEO: Could this man help save the world?
Can eating meat be eco-friendly?
Robot swarm shuffles into formation
How much gold can we get from mobile phones?
A looming crisis in space?
Kew's green medicine
UK satellite's view of Planet Earth
The 30-year-old health billionaire
In pictures: Top trunks
Silchester dig ends after 18 years
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