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Invasive oak processionary moth caterpillars cause concern for England’s trees
An insect that can be hazardous to human health is spreading across southeast England.8 June 2023
Traces of ancient life found in 1.6-billion-year-old rocks in Australia
A previously unappreciated group of lifeforms are changing what we know about the evolution of life on Earth.7 June 2023
World’s longest fence affecting the development of kangaroos
Kangaroos spring up faster when they’re living with their predators.6 June 2023
Claims that Homo naledi buried their dead could alter our understanding of human evolution
New claims argue that the ancient human species Homo naledi buried their dead and made engravings.5 June 2023