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9 April 2018
In the 1830s, Darwin made a series of discoveries in South America: the mysterious remains of extinct mammals.
5 April 2018
This discovery will allow scientists to look at the effects of climate change on blue-green algae and their toxins in Antarctica.
3 April 2018
Studying an Indian Ocean paradise is helping to reveal which animals living on low-lying islands are at risk from rising temperatures.
30 March 2018
The broadcaster visited Natural History Museum collections to create a documentary revealing the wonder of birds' eggs.