What we are reading this week.

10 new activity breaks and wild days out in the UK for summer 2021.

 The Guardian, Rachel Dixon. 

These trips in some of Britain’s most beautiful areas offer opportunities to learn new skills and help us get closer to nature.

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Little Foot’s shoulders hint at how a human-chimp common ancestor climbed.

Science News, Bruce Bower.

The shape of the ancient hominid’s shoulder blades points to gorilla-like way of tree climbing

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Giant wood moth: ‘very heavy’ insect rarely seen by humans spotted at Australian school.

The Guardian, Lisa Cox.

Mammoth moth which can have 25cm wingspan found by builders working on Queensland primary school.

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Asda: George brand to sell second-hand clothing in shops.

BBC News.

Supermarket chain Asda is to start selling second-hand clothes in 50 of its stores across the UK.

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Wood burners: Sale of coal and wet wood restricted in England.

BBC News, Justin Rowlatt.

Curbs on the sale of house coal and wet wood for household burning in England have come into force under new rules aimed at cutting air pollution.

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Whilst you lay in bed this Sunday morning, why not take a look at some of the news items that have caught our attention this week.

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