In the Nov. 25 SN: Charting lumpy space, Bronze Age movers and shakers, T. rex’s slasher arms, gene editor corrects typos, the Great Pyramid hides a void, mosses chronicle Arctic warming, an itty-bitty insect-inspired robot and more.
MELT ZONE The Totten ice shelf (shown here) holds back a massive glacier, which drains a France-sized portion of East Antarctica and could raise sea levels by at least 3.5 meters if it slides into the sea.
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UNDER THE SEA The new book Spineless explores the fascinating world of jellyfish (lion’s mane jellyfish, shown).
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A LITTLE CLINGY Asian green mussels (Perna viridis) can stick en masse to piers and ship hulls, forming thick crusts that are hard to remove.