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Moth’s disguise is so good, spiders love it instead of eating it bit.ly/2pAQjxm
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Amazon rainforest under threat as Brazil tears up protections bit.ly/2pAKYWB
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Melting moons could support liveable atmospheres for aeons bit.ly/2pAyvSM
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First Americans may have been Neanderthals 130,000 years ago bit.ly/2pAwhD4
We still haven’t heard from aliens – here’s why we might never bit.ly/2pANsod
Seabed images show the scars icebergs carve into polar sea floor bit.ly/2pAC4bI
Wild bears do the twist to communicate through smelly footprints bit.ly/2pAJ60k
Infrared telescope spots mystery flare-ups in distant galaxies bit.ly/2pAwiXE
Chimps pass on sponge drinking trick like a family tradition bit.ly/2pAJg7B
Eel patrol: Tracking down poachers with the wildlife police bit.ly/2q9pqjJ
Chimps pass on sponge drinking trick like a family tradition bit.ly/2pAuCxu
We still haven’t heard from aliens – here’s why we might never bit.ly/2pmkzee
Infrared telescope spots mystery flare-ups in distant galaxies bit.ly/2pmthJC
Typhoon Haiyan’s electric spectacular in the eye of the storm bit.ly/2oKfAjy
Seabed images show the scars icebergs carve into polar sea floor bit.ly/2pj0TGl
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Amazon rainforest under threat as Brazil tears up protections bit.ly/2pieTQI
 
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