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Iceland tries to bring back trees razed by the Vikings

In the ninth century, the Vikings had cut down 97% of the original forests of Iceland to serve as building material for houses and to make way for grazing pastures

In the ninth century, the Vikings had cut down 97% of the original forests of Iceland to ...

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Iceland tries to bring back trees razed by the Vikings

'Seven years ago there was lots more fish than today. In 2019 it is different, there's no ...

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Empty nets as overfishing and climate change deplete Lake Malawi

Conservationists are concerned that the tough and adaptable poisonous pest, introduced ...

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Toxic toads found near Sydney spark fears of southward spread

'It's quite phenomenal as a statistic, it's just one example among hundreds and hundreds ...

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'Arctic heat wave' hits world's northernmost settlement

Scientists confirm that Snowball the cockatoo has a diverse dance repertoire, including ...

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Birds just wanna have fun: Like humans, cockatoos love to dance

Rich or not, young and old, hip urbanites and rural dwellers alike: Norwegians, including ...

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From princes to undertakers, Norway's motorists go electric

The Stop Kaliwa Dam Coalition aims to gather signatures from all over the Philippines for ...

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Campaign to stop Kaliwa Dam eyes 10 million signatures

Projections used in the study predict average temperatures could increase by up to 2.6 ...

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Climate change threatens Greenland's archaeological sites – study

Interpol says among the animals seized were 23 primates, 30 big cats, more than 4,300 ...

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Thousands of animals saved in global crackdown on wildlife crime

'Clownfish, and likely other coral reef fish species living in areas exposed to light ...

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Light pollution puts Nemo's offspring at risk