Spider MonkeysBritish Science Week is calling on the public to help scientists tackle deforestation and habitat loss, from the comfort of their own sofa. In previous years, an armchair army tagged over 1.5 million pieces of plastics, spotted penguins and transcribed weather reports – all to save researchers 1000’s of hours of time. This year’s chosen citizen science project is encouraging members of the public to tag footage of endangered and vulnerable spider monkeys in Central America, which has been captured using drone-mounted thermal-infrared cameras.
Science!Science experiments to have a go at, lots of different science questions and answers and a science blog.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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