Meet London’s first ever flock of pollution-monitoring birds
Joanna Cummings |
In a tale worthy of Aardman Animations (the Oscar-winning studio behind Wallace and Gromit), three plucky little blighters called Coco, Julius and Norbert donned tiny pollution sensor vests and took to the skies to measure ozone and nitrogen dioxide, reporting their findings via Twitter.
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