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A vanishing UK coastline reveals a deeper human history

Norfolk’s disappearing village

The bleak tale of a Norfolk village that’s slowly falling into the sea

Norfolk sees Mammoth return

A 3D replica may bring the world’s most complete mammoth skeleton to public display

A geography of breakfast

Doughnuts, eels, and bean curd buns feature on breakfast menus across the world. Geographical looks at global breakfasts, from the full English to beyond
Before OKCupid, Tinder and Match.com, there was the Craigslist personal. A new study links an old-fashioned web hook-up site to an increase in US HIV infections

Tips for rivers and oceans

Legends and tall tales go with the sea, Geographical takes some sober advice on ocean and river expeditions
Scientists propose the first nuclear bomb blasts as the point when humans became the driving force in new geological epoch
Fossil fuel-related air pollution causes over 3,000 deaths in London every year. Campaigners say that should cause healthcare organisations to rethink investments
Renewable resources representing 45 per cent of global calorie intake have reached peak production levels

Whale tales

As the Natural History Museum’s diplodocus cast skeleton makes way for a blue whale skeleton in 2017, Geographical looks at the ‘emperor of the seas’

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