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Museum names blind beetle after Greta Thunberg

LONDON, United Kingdom – Britain’s Natural History Museum on Friday named a tiny, blind and wingless beetle after climate activist Greta Thunberg.

The honey-coloured insect, measuring less than one millimetre, was discovered in the Kenyan capital Nairobi in the 1960s.

But it apparently remained nameless until the venerable London museum’s scientific associate Michael Darby stepped in.

“I am immensely impressed with the work of this young campaigner and wanted to acknowledge…

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