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Microplastics Have Been Found in Fish in the Nile River

Scientists in Egypt have found that a large number of fish in the Nile river contain microplastics in their bodies. […]

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What Is Ocean Deoxygenation And Can We Stop It?

Oceans cover around two-thirds of the Earth’s surface and produce at least half of the oxygen we breathe. But human […]

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New Roads Built Through Tiger Habitat Put Species at Risk

By 2050, more than 20 000 kilometres of new roads will cut through areas where tigers live. These plans pose […]

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What is the Carbon Cycle in the Ocean?

Carbon is an important chemical element; all life on Earth is made from it. Human activity is disrupting the normal […]

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What are Kelp Forests and How Do They Help the Planet?

Kelp is a type of underwater plant. It is long and brown – a bit like seaweed, but much bigger. […]


What is Permafrost?

If you go somewhere very cold and dry, such as the Arctic, and dig deep beneath the ground, you’ll find […]

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Reducing Emissions: What is the Paris Agreement?

Climate change is a worldwide problem, and to tackle it, we need worldwide action. That’s why, in 2015, the leaders […]

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China Removes Pangolin Scales From List of Ingredients Used in Traditional Chinese Medicine

Finally, some good news for the pangolin: China will no longer allow this endangered animal to be used in Traditional […]