The Daily Climate Show: New giant water lily discovered at Kew Gardens

Sky News published this video item, entitled “The Daily Climate Show: New giant water lily discovered at Kew Gardens” – below is their description.

In an important step for biodiversity, a new species of giant water lily has been discovered at London’s Kew Gardens.

Days of torrential rain brings massive floods to Sydney for the fourth time in 18 months.

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