Last week summary

7 – 13 September

Experts at a US zoo are trying to figure out how a 62-year-old ball python laid seven eggs despite not being near a male python for at least two decades.

Three of the eggs from the snake in St Louis zoo remain in an incubator, two were used for genetic sampling and snakes in the other two eggs did not survive, the St Louis Post-Dispatch reported. The eggs were laid on 23 July and should hatch in about a month.

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Over the last decades, we have seen huge improvements and commitment by different political parties in order to meet the net-zero emissions target for the UK. However, claims have not been backup up by facts so far. No discussion was raised in parliament, while some important decisions (like a rise in fuel duty) are still kept out of the debate, for now.

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As the oceans warm, the risk of hurricanes increases. Is the trend we observed during the last century when the global temperature has risen by 1℃ and the Atlantic states of the US and the Caribbean have been hit by more frequent and more violent windstorms. According to the latest prediction, a temperature increase of 2℃ could increase the number of windstorms fivefold.

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Once we discussed the possibility of ruminants being evil. The title was a provocation to the readers because we all know that they’re not. However, we have evidence suggesting that farming ruminant does not have a primal spot in a sustainable future. However, it does seem that in Wales, in order to promote and develop national farmlands, they are not following the advice.

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