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BBC News - Science & Environment
'Astonishing' blue whale numbers at South Georgia
Conservation: Calls to protect species across borders
Heather Couper: Broadcaster and astronomer dies at 70
Climate change: Fertiliser could be used to power ocean-going ships
Nasa's 2020 rover: Can we finally answer the big question about Mars?
Neanderthal 'skeleton' is first found in a decade
British radio antenna arrives at space station
Locust swarms: South Sudan latest to be hit by invasion
Coronavirus: Largest study suggests elderly and sick are most at risk
Jeff Bezos: World's richest man pledges $10bn to fight climate change
Met Office forecasters set for 'billion pound' supercomputer
Human compost funerals 'better for environment'
Andrew Sabisky: No 10 adviser resigns over alleged race comments
German firms Bayer and BASF fight $265m US fine over weedkiller
Open University scientists testing 'Moon dust' for water
EU research head optimistic on post-Brexit future
Astronomers want public funds for intelligent life search
Coastal floods warning in UK as sea levels rise
Wildfire smoke may cause life-long harm
Virgin Galactic: Unity rocket ship moves to operational base
Sex robots may cause psychological damage
New Horizons spacecraft 'alters theory of planet formation'
'Ghost' human ancestor discovered in West Africa
Antarctic island hits record temperature of 20.75C
Alok Sharma to be president of UN climate conference
Human brain parts left over from surgery boosts research
What is climate change? A really simple guide
Who is Greta Thunberg, the teenage climate change activist?
What's your diet's carbon footprint?
Climate change: How 1.5C degrees of global warming could change the world
Your Questions: Are there too many people on Earth?
Wanted: New astronauts for Nasa Moon mission
Nasa 're-masters' classic 'Pale Blue Dot' image of Earth
Mexico violence: Why were two butterfly activists found dead?
Is it time to re-think the love story?
Bloodhound diary: Planning the next steps
Wildlife photos: Squabbling mice top 'people's poll' award
Ocean Infinity: Exploration company goes for robot boats at scale
Fireflies face extinction risk - and tourists are partly to blame
Oxford University Museum of Natural History gives exhibits fresh look
How overseas stag parties are hurting the environment
How mattresses could solve hunger
Coastal erosion: The homes lost to the sea
Record-breaking astronaut: 'Do what scares you'
Climate change: Why are US senators wearing this symbol?
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