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Lava spreads more than 2 miles from Philippine volcano Lava spreads more than 2 miles from Philippine volcano

The Philippine Institute of Volcanology and Seismology says lava fountains and emissions of gas and ash have been sporadic


The killer whale that can say 'hello' and 'bye bye' The killer whale that can 'speak'

Whales are among the few animals other than humans that can learn to produce a novel sound just by hearing it


Mammals more likely to survive climate change: study Mammals more likely to survive climate change: study

Mammals and birds stand the best chance of all animals of surviving Earth's rapidly changing climate


In the Galapagos, an idyllic hammerhead shark nursery In the Galapagos, an idyllic hammerhead shark nursery

For millions of years, new- born hammerhead sharks have grown up in nurseries sheltered by the mangrove…


Seine inches higher, keeping Paris on alert Seine inches higher, keeping Paris on alert

Around 1,500 people have been evacuated from their homes in the greater Paris region while a similar number of homes remain without electricity


Trump willing to sign a revamped Paris climate deal Trump willing to sign a revamped Paris climate deal

Earlier this month Trump said the US could "conceivably" return to the deal under more favourable terms


One of world's oldest gorillas dies at San Diego Safari Park One of world's oldest gorillas dies at San Diego Safari Park

Vila, who turned 60 in October, died Thursday surrounded by members of her family troop


Cape Town residents urged to turn off toilet taps Cape Town residents urged to turn off toilet taps

The city's municipality impose limit consumption to 50 litres per person per day, people urged to switch off their toilet cisterns


Ocean plastics raise risk of coral reef disease Ocean plastics raise risk of coral reef disease

Coral reefs are already under stress due to global warming


Modern humans left Africa much earlier Fossil shows humans left Africa far earlier

It is only now that an international research team has conclusively shown that the archaeologists' initial gut feelings were spot on


Philippine's Mount Mayon volcano spreads lava almost 2 miles from crater Philippine's Mount Mayon volcano spreads lava almost 2 miles from crater

Lava from Mount Mayon shot up more than 2,000 feet while ash rose close to two miles


Cape Town now faces dry taps by April 12 Cape Town now faces dry taps by April 12

If drastic consumption reductions are not achieved by "Day Zero", people will have to queue at 200 standpipes for daily rations of 25 litres


Hong Kong engulfed in smog as fears grow over air Hong Kong engulfed in smog as fears grow over air

The winter months regularly bring worse air quality to Hong Kong and other parts of the region due to wind direction and weather conditions


Barrier Reef funding boost to tackle predatory starfish Barrier Reef funding boost to tackle predatory starfish

The reef is also reeling from significant coral bleaching due to warming sea temperatures linked to climate change


Pentagon strategy drops climate change as a security threat Pentagon strategy drops climate change as a security threat

The move is perhaps not surprising given that President Donald Trump has called climate change a hoax

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