BBC News - Science & Environment
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The predators use elaborate techniques to prepare octopuses for consumption, researchers say.
A new plan to tackle pollution in London
Fears are raised TB could be linked to growing numbers of red deer running wild in parts of rural Wales.
The development could help provide clean drinking water for millions of people who lack access to safe sources.
The launch of the giant outdoor experiment will see trees engulfed by high levels of carbon dioxide.
Aquariums are quitting a Japanese zoo body to avoid a ban on a controversial method of catching dolphins.
Scientists dose trees with atmosphere of the future to see how much they can swallow.
Scientists are learning even if you ignore politics, politics won't ignore you.
The gas argon tells scientists that the atmosphere at Mars was once as thick as it is on Earth today.
Research reveals the toxic secret behind the fang blenny's pain-free bite.
A film of Bubba the "football playing" tortoise has clocked up millions of views after it was posted online.
Its stripes are more like a bumblebee's.
Scientists say their discovery shows there are medical secrets still hidden in our oceans.
China begins closing down its legal ivory trade, but will consumer attitudes to prized artwork change?
SpaceX flies and lands a Falcon 9 rocket that had already been used on a previous mission.
Astronauts Peggy Whitson and Shane Kimbrough were meant to be installing debris shields on the ISS.
California's SpaceX company expects to make a piece of history later when it re-flies a Falcon rocket.
The spectacular James Webb Space Telescope is bound next for the giant Apollo testing chamber.
Research will be carried out into the age and rarity of the tusk.
The global food trade is depleting water sources quicker than they can naturally be refilled in many places.