4 news stories you might have missed last week

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With COVID-19 consuming news feeds and online space, here are some interesting stories you probably missed. Image: Unsplash/Roman Kraft

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Toothed pterosaurs soared over the Sahara 100 million years ago. Image: Baylor University/Megan Jacobs
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Sea temperatures in February around the reef were the warmest on record. Image: Australian Bureau of Meteorology
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Last September the ozone hole above Antarctica was at its smallest since 1982. Image: NASA
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The ground under Denman Glacier makes it especially vulnerable to melting. Image: NASA’s Scientific Visualization Studio
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