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Today on Science with Sarah: Methane on Mars/The Stinky Durian/and R.I.P to Aussie Female Trapdoor Spider

Thursday 3rd May / presented by Libby Noble

Each week we get a dose of the latest in science news with Sarah Lau
This weeks edition lets us take a look into…

  • …How researchers are now believing their mission to find sources of methane around Mars may be completed within a few months after taking measurements of the planets surrounding atmosphere – therefore hopefully solving the mystery of life there too!
  • …How The world’s stinkiest fruit – The Durian – sparked a panic and made people prepare to evacuate after the fruits smell was mistaken as a gas leak!
  • …And how the world’s oldest spider – The Australian Female Trapdoor Spider – died recently this week in Western Australia at the ripe old age of 43.

    Play Science with Sarah Lau 03rd May 2018

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