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We found methane-eating bacteria living in a common Australian tree. It could be a game changer for curbing greenhouse gases

By Luke Jeffrey, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Southern Cross University
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Scientists are learning trees can emit methane, which could be a big problem for global warming. But a world-first discovery of methane-eating bacteria in paperbark can help moderate this.

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