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Katie Burton

Paris is home to Europe’s largest science museum. Its latest exhibition takes an in-depth look (often literally) at the remarkable digestive system of human beings
Concern about the increasing privatisation of seeds has resulted in the creation of an open-source licence to keep seeds in public hands
Two whale populations on either side of the African continent have been found to share passages of song
Sea levels are rising across the globe, but along the east coast of the US this appears to be occurring at different rates, with regions in the south experiencing higher sea levels than those in the north

February 2019

A harrowing and honest portrayal of the working life of Marie Colvin, the American war reporter killed in Syria in 2012
Bonnethead sharks, the second smallest member of the hammerhead family, have been shown to not only eat, but digest seagrass, making them the first omnivorous shark known to scientists
by Yasha Levine • Icon Books • £14.99 (paperback)
Everything we thought we knew about eruptions could be wrong
The recent discovery of more than 200 million termite mounds in northeastern Brazil, the extent of which had never been understood before, throws up more questions than it answers

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