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We still don’t know how some animals find their way on huge migrations
The psychology of magic and how it plays with our minds
Monkeys seem to prefer each other’s company after a scary experience
We’ve spotted a strange asteroid that’s spinning itself to pieces
HBO’s Chernobyl drama highlights the human cost of nuclear catastrophe
Genetic variants may put some athletes at higher risk of sudden death
How cell therapy innovation is changing cancer treatment
Major discovery suggests Denisovans lived in Tibet 160,000 years ago
How hacked rental e-scooters could be the future of street crime
The origins of language discovered in music, mime and mimicry
Is there anything we can do to stop Greenland from turning green?
Signs of human climate change influence on drought traced back to 1900
Chernobyl disaster: how the Soviet Union’s cover story was blown
UK government told to adopt world’s most ambitious climate target
The truth about the QWERTY keyboard
Have people in the UK really been banned from shooting wood pigeons?
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