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BBC News - Science & Environment
Plastic-eating caterpillar could munch waste, scientists say
Munch inspired by 'screaming clouds'
Road verges 'last refuge' for plants - conservation charity
Government seeks clear air plan delay
Ex-child soldier wins environment prize
March for Science: Rallies worldwide to protest against political interference
Cassini probe heads towards Saturn 'grand finale'
Kuki Gallmann shot and wounded at Kenya conservation park
Aurora photographers find new night sky lights and call them Steve
Government has failed to act on air pollution, says Labour
Unknown ancient reptile roamed the Pyrenees mountains
Amur leopards will be off-show to visitors at Scottish park
'Perfect storm' threatens Europe's salamanders
Physicists observe 'negative mass'
'Gibraltar-sized' space rock passes Earth
Mega-constellation satellites will need 'rapid disposal'
Live, long and black giant shipworm found in Philippines
Slims River: Climate change causes 'river piracy' in Canada's Yukon
Iceberg tourists flock to Newfoundland town
Fish 'pool' their experience to solve problems
Crime 'threatens nearly half the world's natural heritage sites'
Green groups warn of 'race to the bottom'
Early dinosaur relative walked like a croc
Saturn moon 'able to support life'
Mystery of why shoelaces come undone unravelled by science
New shrimp species named after Pink Floyd
Trump calls record-breaking astronaut Peggy Whitson
The village that made itself hedgehog friendly
Cut-back crew for ISS launch
Birth of last baby orca in captivity filmed at SeaWorld
Meet the man who watches volcanoes
What's made Canada's Slims River disappear?
New Zealand earthquake gives unexpected benefit
Google Earth adds Attenborough world tours
'Fake research' comes under scrutiny
Farm of the future
Shutting up shop
Testing for 'defectives'
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