Flying salamanders, headbutting animals and brain damage, undersea cable sensors, secrets of plant survival, why sharks matter and marine mammals and storms

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This salamander is an unlikely but agile, aerial amphibian; Headbutting animals can accumulate brain damage; We can use the cables that carry the internet as environmental sensors; Plants that can survive extreme conditions could help us engineer more resilient crops; What we lose as we lose most of the world’s sharks; How do marine mammals surface to breathe during storms?

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