Scientists Use Ostrich Eggshell Beads To Map 50,000 Year Old Social Network Spanning Africa

Scientists have used ostrich egg shell beads to map a 50,000-year-old social network – the world’s oldest, they claim –

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Fish Dive Deep In The Mediterranean Sea As Climate Change Leads To Uninhabitable Surface Temperatures

Fish and other species are migrating to deeper waters in the Mediterranean Sea as climate change heats up surface water,

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Ecuador President Announces Expansion Of Galapagos Reserve By 23,000 Square Miles At COP26

Ecuador’s president has announced the expansion of the marine protection area around the Galapagos Islands by 23,000 square miles. President

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Experts Say Global Warming Could Disrupt Winds That Are Crucial To Birds Crossing Hundreds Of Miles Of Open Water

GPS data reveals that large migratory birds depend on uplift wind to cross oceans bringing into question how climate change

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New Cutting Edge Coral Breeding Technology Gives The Worlds Decimated Coral Reefs A Glimmer Of Hope

A world-leading conservation group have developed cutting edge coral breeding technology that offers hope of saving the worlds coral reefs

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Unexpected Mercury Pollution From Greenlands Melting Ice Sheet Is Blowing Away Current Estimates For The Release Of The Toxin

Melting ice in Greenland is releasing unexpectedly large amounts of mercury, forcing scientists to rethink their global budget for the

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