The Pulse - episode 10
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This week - A team of International scientists release simulated whale poo to capture carbon from the oceans, the French government bans the use of plastic to wrap fruit and vegetables in supermarkets, Cats in Fremantle, Western Australia, are put on the lead to try to stop them killing native bird species and a sumatran tiger cub is born at London Zoo.
12 January 2022
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