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Culture shock: how loss of animals’ shared knowledge threatens their survival

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At the peak of the whaling industry, in the late 1800s, North Atlantic right whales were slaughtered in their thousands. With each carcass hauled on to the deck, whalers were taking more than just bones and flesh out ...

A shared Olympic gold defeats the ‘one champion’ narrative

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“Can we have two golds?” Mutaz Barshim of Qatar’s words during the men’s high jump competition, spoken to the friend with whom he was tied in first place, Italy’s Gianmarco Tamberi, have surely marked one of the most ...

First Night of the Proms review: a delightful shared experience with some surprises

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The first Prom to welcome an audience back into the Royal Albert Hall began with a work of low-key celebration, Vaughan Williams’s Serenade to Music. As its last chord died away, something else took its place: a colle...

Why is childcare still not equally shared?

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So a poll of working mothers “found that three in five expected to find managing childcare in the holidays more difficult this year”. And this is before we even get on to single mothers (Two-thirds of working mothers ...

UK children get tool to help stop nude images being shared online

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Children in the UK who are worried that nude pictures and videos may end up online will be able to report the material to help prevent it from being uploaded in the future. For the first time, young people will be abl...

Help our profession or UK’s shared history will be lost, say archaeologists

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Brexit has led to a serious shortage of senior archaeologists, sparking fears that controls on developments could be lifted and undiscovered treasures and untold stories about our past will be lost for ever. “There’s ...

Monkeys adopt ‘accent’ of other species when in shared territory – study

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Monkeys will use the “accent” of another species when they enter its territory to enhance communication, much like a British person living in the US might forgo their ‘tomahto’ for ‘tomayto, researchers have found. Re...

Shared parental leave: scrap ‘deeply flawed’ policy, say campaigners

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Shared parental leave (SPL) is a “deeply flawed and chronically failing policy” that should be scrapped and replaced with a “use it or lose it” period of paid leave for mothers and fathers, according to campaigners, t...

Kobe Bryant: deputies allegedly shared graphic photos from site of fatal crash

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Kobe Bryant’s widow, Vanessa Bryant, on Wednesday posted the names of four Los Angeles county sheriff’s deputies she alleges shared graphic photos from the site of the helicopter crash that killed her husband, their d...