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First look at tomorrow's Scotland on Sunday front page #TomorrowsPapersToday 

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Scottish independence: Lib Dems 'won't play SNP's game' with de facto referendum

Life sciences is a big part of the Scottish economy, attracting global investment, partly because of strong ecoystem say @AAB_Accountants  and @BrodiesLLP  in The Scotsman Deals Special Report#AD  #investment  #greeninvestment  #energy  #ESG  #sustainability 

When it's time to replace your old gas boiler, switching to a heat pump could add value to your home and reduce energy bills – and there’s financial support available too #AD  @ScottishPowe  #HomeEnergyScotland  #WWF  #HeatPumps  #GreenTech 

Scotland’s capital set to sparkle this Christmas – with markets, rides, concerts, an ice-rink, Santa and more! #AD  @Edxmas  #Christmas  #What ’son #festive  #shopping  #Edinburgh  #markets  #foodanddrink 

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The winners of the @NHM_WPY  Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards have been revealed, and they are spectacular. This beautiful portrait, called 'under rain', was taken by Majed Ali#WPY57 

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Some of Scotland’s most iconic native wildlife is set to benefit from the generosity of fans of the South Korean boy band BTS.

"Octopus farming is immoral, given everything we know about this highly intelligent animal." A thread 🐙 @philip_ciwf 

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Ian Blackford has described the Government’s plan to send asylum seekers to Rwanda as “evil”.

Spain threatens 712 Catalan mayors with arrest for supporting #CatalanReferendum 

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And Zack Clothier captured this photo of a grizzly bear staring straight into his camera trap. Returning to the scene was challenging. #WPY57 

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The brain of a common octopus has 500 million neurons, making it as smart as a dog or a three-year-old child.

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"We need to stand up for the world we want, because the way we treat those who are at our mercy is the truest reflection of who we are as individuals, communities and nations." 🐙

The overall winner of the competition was this striking photograph by Laurent Ballesta. It took 5 years for the French photographer and biologist to get this shot of a rare underwater spawning of camouflage groupers that only takes place around a full moon once a year.

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Is this the most convincing picture of the Loch Ness monster ever taken?

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