COVID-19: Will we ever work out where it came from?

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THURSDAY 22 APRIL 2021

Climate ‘tipping points’ can be reversed, suggests new research – but only if we act urgently

The more extreme the warming, the less time we would have to prevent tipping points, new research suggests.
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The Royal Astronomical Society is searching for the UK’s “Moon Trees”

It is thought that there are around 15 trees in the UK whose seeds were flown around the Moon during NASA's lunar mission in 1971.
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COVID-19: Will we ever work out where it came from?

Was it bats? Was it pangolins? Was it both? Was it something else? Finding the origin of SARS-CoV-2 is vital for fighting future epidemics.
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Could there be fossils on Mars?

Asked by: Emily Hunter, Leicester
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What’s the longest a cat can live for?

What is the average lifespan for a cat – and who were the world's oldest cats?
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