Sarcosuchus imperator: The ‘super croc’ that could have hunted dinosaurs

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Rare exoplanet photobombs Cheops telescope

It's the first time an exoplanet with an orbit of more than 100 days has been spotted transiting a star bright enough to be seen with the naked eye.
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Indoor rainbows and spotty seals: 22 amazing images in science from June 2021

The best images in science from around the world this June.
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Instant Genius: Genetics

Everything you need to know about genetics, from nature vs nurture to personalised medicine.
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Sarcosuchus imperator: The ‘super croc’ that could have hunted dinosaurs

How big was Sarcosuchus imperator, what did it eat and was it like a modern crocodile?
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Did a huge comet impact ignite civilisation on Earth as we know it?

A new analysis suggests society may have started with a bang.
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Microplastics: Are they harming me, and can I do anything about it?

Tiny plastic fragments are found in every environment on Earth, even those with no human inhabitants. Dr Stephanie Wright, who studies toxicology in the environment, explains the dangers.
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