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Remains of the day
Love amongst the rubble
The value of looking backwards
Riley Elliott at the sharp end of marine science...
Whales in mass strandings are often not closely related...
Putting your money where your mouth is
Your native language may dictate whether you retire in luxury or do so poor, obese and smoking...
Some like it hot
As climate change alters the balance of life on Earth, some species will benefit...
Crime & punishment
A nail-thin nick on the ridge of a silver police whistle marks the downfall of a dastardly…
Squeezed, not shaken
A claustrophobic goes caving...
Wind in the Willows
Stressed trees yield more fuel...
Butts for Birds
Birds are crafty nest-builders, making their homes from moss, mud, feathers, sticks, and cigarette butts...
If I had a nickel
A brainless urchin is the model for an ingenious carbon capture and storage system...
Gulls take advantage of big-city living...
Judging a book by its cover
Every two months, the editorial team at New Zealand Geographic begins deliberating on the choice of cover, attempting to…
Iconographer Dick Frizzell has made an icon of himself...
Daily fix, broken
Coffee, the world's favourite beverage and second-most traded commodity after oil, could become extinct in the wild...
Researchers have discovered yet another use for flax...
Leopard seals of the Antarctic rip their prey to shreds with sharp, strong incisors, but can become…
Creating the perfect smile is no mean feat...
The Amazon rainforest creates its own rainfall by releasing tiny potassium-salt particles, shedding light on the role…
Talk like a turk
Researchers redefine the origin of languages using virus-tracking technology...
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