Masked maids clean the streets of India.
- Forget people. The first travelers that humans rocket to Mars could be worms. (Christian Science Monitor)
- One dolphin survivor may hold the clue to animal die-off in the Gulf Coast. (Green)
- In India, sometimes all you need is a mop, buckets and anonymity to clean your streets. (Grist)
- Financing coal is controversial — yet 20 of the world’s biggest banks are coughing up cash. (Guardian)
- Sharks create twice as many jets of water as other fishes’ tails. (Wired Science)
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