Quite a life-science heavy newsletter this week which I make no apologies for as it has been a very exciting week for biologists.

In this week’s newsletter your students can find out how giant prehistoric fleas were adapted to feed on dinosaurs; why the statement that a female baby is born with all of the eggs she will ever produce may no longer be true and how scientists have discovered rather a lot about an ancient iceman.

In other news, I had a lovely twitter conversation with fellow tweeter @13Loki this week who sent me a photograph of the Science News noticeboard at her school complete with Snapshot Science newsletters!   It is always so gratifying to hear that what I do  is useful to teachers and their students.  If you have also used the newsletters (or anything else on the blog), please do get in touch.  I would love to hear from you.




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