Quirks & Quarks for Oct. 4, 2014

This week, we look into the controversy over neonicotinoids; how chimps share knowledge; how plastic pollution contaminates the St. Lawrence; how far a big volcano spreads its ash; and why the Leatherback turtle has a third eye.

This week, we look into the controversy over neonicotinoids; how chimps share knowledge; how plastic pollution contaminates the St. Lawrence; how far a big volcano spreads its ash; and why the Leatherback turtle has a third eye. 

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