�Real� T rex goes on show in England for first time in over a century
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�Real� T rex goes on show in England for first time in over a century

On Sunday, Nottingham will be the home of the first genuine Tyrannosaurus Rex that has been displayed in England in over a century. As part of a new
Coronavirus live news: scrapping quarantine for double jabbed being considered, No 10 confirms; Vietnam reports highest daily total
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Coronavirus live news: scrapping quarantine for double jabbed being considered, No 10 confirms; Vietnam reports highest daily total

14:22 Famous Britons, including actor Jim Broadbent and comedian David Walliams, have appealed to their fellow Britons for a return to the rhythm of
Swimmers warned about oil after Georgia ship spill
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Swimmers warned about oil after Georgia ship spill

Officials advised swimmers and fishermen to watch out for oil sheens off Georgia's islands. The oil was spilled from an oil-laden cargo ship that had
Military put on standby to evacuate fire-threatened towns in western Canada
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Military put on standby to evacuate fire-threatened towns in western Canada

This handout photo, courtesy of BC Wildfire Service, shows two plumes from the Long Loch wildfire (British Columbia), on June 30, 2021. Ottawa was
'Lakes' under Mars' south pole: A muddy picture?
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'Lakes' under Mars' south pole: A muddy picture?

This image's bright white area shows the icy cover that surrounds Mars south pole. It is made of frozen water, frozen carbon dioxide and frozen
You Could Save A Child From Drowning This Summer. Here's How
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You Could Save A Child From Drowning This Summer. Here's How

This summer, you could save a child from drowning. Here's how. Click to enlarge the image toggle caption Imgorthand/Getty Images Imgorthand/Getty
Transgender astronomers speak out about outdated name change policies
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Transgender astronomers speak out about outdated name change policies

Trans-astronomers are fighting to change name policies in scientific journals, which have historically prohibited authors from retroactively changing
Supermassive black holes could host giant, swirling gas 'tsunamis'
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Supermassive black holes could host giant, swirling gas 'tsunamis'

The artist's visualization shows the supermassive blackhole surrounded by gas and dust, forming tsunamis at its outer edges. Image credit:
Save Up To 99% Off These Ultimate Summer E-Learning Deals
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Save Up To 99% Off These Ultimate Summer E-Learning Deals

Our e-learning offers offer savings up to 99% if you are looking to improve your skills this summer. For a limited time, each bundle costs $20 so
What's the chattiest animal?
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What's the chattiest animal?

We can identify animals by their sounds: a pandemonium full of parrots, a cackle from hyenas and an exaltation for larks. Communication is a key