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Loud Fish!

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Researchers now know how a tiny fish called the Danionella cerebrum makes such a loud noise.

The Giant Waterlily Is Vicious!

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Discover the world of the giant waterlily.

Why Are Hermit Crabs Living In Trash?

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It turns out, people are taking too many shells from the beaches, so crabs have to find beach trash to use instead.

Why Does A Disco Clam Light Up?

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Our curator of benthic molluscs Dr. Katie Collins explains this clam’s clever party trick.

The Science Of Snowflakes

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Join us for a festive deep dive into the wonderful world of snowflakes voiced by Professor Brian Cox.

COP28: Climate Summit Updates

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For the first time a new deal to reduce the use of fossil fuels has been agreed by all countries at the UN climate summit, COP28 in Dubai. Watch to find out more.

Huge Volcano Erupts In Iceland

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A huge volcano has erupted on the Reykjanes peninsula of south-west Iceland after weeks of intense earthquake activity.

Monitoring Methane From Space

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Satellites have a really important role to play in reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Partula Snails

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Learn about these endangered snails.

Coastal Geohazards

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Did you know that one geohazard can domino into another, creating a cascade of chaos?

Social Studies: Farmers

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Learn all about farmers.

How Fish Get Away With Being Colourful

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Coral reef fish get away with being colourful thanks to a weird quirk of underwater optics.

Greenwashing

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Do you ever see companies using terms like “sustainable” or “eco-friendly?” It could be a clue that they are doing something called greenwashing.

Microworlds: Unsung Pollinators

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When it comes to pollinating flowering plants, bees and butterflies tend to get all the glory, but ants, flies, wasps, beetles, and more are also hard at work.

Ice Age Mummies

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Discover what scientists have found buried in the Arctic permafrost, and find out the far-reaching effects of its melting.

Climate Types

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Let's learn about the different climate types on our planet!

Accepting Change Through Colour

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A story of change in nature, helping us cope with change in life and acknowledge it as a constant part of our experience.

Studying Forest Biomass From Space

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Forestry expert Maurizio Santoro explains how the use of various data can bring a great contribution/benefit to the field of mapping biomass.

What Is The Best Shape For A Farm?

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The shape of a farm can tell you a surprising amount about the land it's on and the people that use it.

Wasted: Fast Fashion

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New season, new styles, buy more, buy cheap, move on, throw away: the pollution, waste, and emissions of fast fashion are fuelling an ecological crisis.

Rescuing Indigenous Knowledge In The Andes To Restore Ecosystems

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Constantino Aucca Chutas has pioneered a community reforestation model driven by local and Indigenous communities, which has led to three million trees being planted in Peru.