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BBC News - Science & Environment
Giraffes facing 'silent extinction' as population plunges
DNA clue to how humans evolved big brains
Fire ants could become Australia's worst pest, experts warn
First photos from Cassini Saturn probe's new orbit
Jumping robot inspired by bush babies
Do smoke-free stoves really save lives?
Green delight as Trump's Irish wall plans withdrawn
'Keep poultry inside' amid bird flu risk, keepers told
Google data centres to be 100% renewable-powered by 2017
Climate protection gap widening, warns insurance report
Seal studies reveal secret life
Caesarean births 'affecting human evolution'
Agreement signed in Prestwick spaceport bid
Scottish fossils tell story of first life on land
Tim Peake spacecraft will arrive in UK in 2017
Corporate growth still driving deforestation, CDP shows
Robot aircraft take to British skies
Europe presses ahead with Mars rover
Last winter's flooding 'most extreme on record' in UK
Sutton Hoo bitumen links Syria with Anglo-Saxon England
Four major cities move to ban diesel vehicles by 2025
Trump's environment plans could spark opposition
Space station supply craft 'burned up'
Buzz Aldrin 'in good spirits' after South Pole evacuation
'Diet is global food policy's elephant in the room'
Europe space ministers meet to decide Mars rover plan
Private plan to send Moon rover to Apollo 17 site
Earth warming to climate tipping point, warns study
Europe ministers debate space future
Curbing immigration spells 'disaster' for science
Saturn mission approaches tour finale
EU energy use to fall by 30% under new efficiency plans for 2030
'Predator of the deep' or gentle giant?
Arctic sea-ice struggles to build volume
Platypus venom paves way to possible diabetes treatment
Mars probe returns first pictures
Rare Antarctic beetle find delights
Astronaut eye problems blamed on spinal fluid
Japan Fukushima nuclear plant 'clean-up costs double'
Great Barrier Reef suffered worst bleaching on record in 2016, report finds
Europe's science ministers to decide on ExoMars rover
Flood spending decisions 'perverse', Green Alliance says
Bumper load of new viruses identified
Heathrow third runway 'to breach climate change laws'
Siberia sky lit up by meteor
Reluctantly casting doubt on 'life-saving' stoves
Alligator snapping turtle's great escape
Hunter Mitchell raised thousands of dollars to save Osita the rhino.
Croatian scientists 'find 30 new species in caves'
Time to take out the space trash
Bletchley Park: 'Codebreakers school' planned for site
Mayan 'nesting doll pyramid' discovered in Mexico
Nature deficit disorder
After the quake
Not so warped
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