Quirks and Quarks from CBC Radio
Live animal markets and viruses, largest turtle’s horned shell, a robot for Europa, jewel beetles iridescent camouflage, better talk on climate change and flying west
Feb 21, 2020 · 54 min
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Tracking the spread of viruses in live animal markets by building one in a lab; The largest turtle that ever lived had fighting horns on its shell; NASA's building a robot to explore Jupiter's moon Europa - from underneath it's icy shell; Vivid and fabulous jewel beetles actually use their colours for camouflage; Why the way we talk about climate change makes some people stop listening; How can planes travel against the rotation of the Earth?
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