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Blue tits learn to avoid gross food by watching videos of other birds

By Bethan Ackerley Blue tits can learn what food to avoid from watching other birds on videoBlickwinkel/AlamyBlue tits and great tits can learn to avoid unpleasant foods without even tasting them. Seeing another bird’s disgusted response, even if it’s just on video, helps them avoid unpleasant prey by recognising their
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Fossil Fuel Emissions Contribute More Methane Than Previously Estimated

New research indicates that fossil fuels contribute more methane, one of the most powerful greenhouse gases, to the atmosphere than previously thought.The difference is substantial: These estimates of the amount of methane released from fossil fuel burning are 25 to 40 percent higher than earlier calculations, according to the study,
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Heather Couper: Broadcaster and astronomer dies at 70

Image copyright Hencoup Enterprises/PA Media Image caption Dr Couper was the first female president of the British Astronomical Association Broadcaster and astronomer Heather Couper has died at the age of 70.Dr Couper appeared on the BBC's Blue Peter and The Sky At Night programmes, as well as presenting and producing
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Racial Inequalities in Housing Extend to Flood Buyout Programs

Government buyouts of flood-damaged homes disproportionately benefit whiter, wealthier communities, even as low-income and minority homeowners are more likely to participate in such programs, according to new research from Rice University. In a nationwide analysis of the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Hazard Mitigation Grant Program, researchers found that buyout programs
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Fossil fuel use may emit 40 percent more methane than we thought

Using fossil fuels releases much more of the potent greenhouse gas methane than previously thought — possibly 25 to 40 percent more, new research suggests. The finding could help scientists and policy makers target how and where to reduce these climate-warming emissions, researchers report February 19 in Nature. The amount