Beat the burnout: How to fight pandemic fatigue with science

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Traffic noise makes crickets choose weaker partners, study suggests

Human-made disruptions may cause a decline in insect population viability because females are choosing less able males.
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Why do news reports always begin with bad news?

Asked by: David Griffin, Gloucestershire
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Instant Genius: Fish

Everything you need to know about our ocean-dwelling friends. There are always more fish facts in the sea...
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Beat the burnout: How to fight pandemic fatigue with science

You can bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic.
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Fantastic facts about butterflies: Everything you need to know, according to science

Here we fly through the great and gruesome science of butterflies, down to tiny wing scales and the shine of their eyes.
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Why is it more annoying seeing someone wearing a face mask incorrectly than seeing someone not wearing a mask at all?

Asked by: Angus Thorp, Staffordshire
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