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What your fruit bowl reveals about climate breakdown

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As a result, apples, pears, cherries, plums and apricots are all flowering earlier – by as much as a fortnight in some cases.

Excellent, as I want to eat those cherries as soon as possible.

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Excellent, as I want to eat those cherries as soon as possible.

If the climate crisis proceeds, you will have no fruits to eat.

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Sorry, I meant "wrong".

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