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Why we dedicated our cover story to ‘the end of trash’ loading...
Why we dedicated our cover story to ‘the end of trash’
Eliminating trash may sound far-fetched, but continuing to trash the planet is untenable. So innovators worldwide are pioneering solutions.
These jellyfish can sting without touching you, thanks to 'mucus grenades' loading...
These jellyfish can sting without touching you, thanks to 'mucus grenades'
Cassiopea jellyfish make up for their lack of tentacles by releasing gooey clouds full of autopiloted stingers.
Fall in love with 10 heart-shaped places around the world loading...
Fall in love with 10 heart-shaped places around the world
Affection is everywhere you look this Valentine’s Day.
How did this rare pink manta get its colour? loading...
How did this rare pink manta get its colour?
Spotted recently off the Great Barrier Reef, the little-seen fish's rosy hue is not due to infection or diet, scientists say.

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