Go Figure: The week in numbers

  • 4 July 2014

Look back at the week in numbers with our Go Figure images, which are posted daily on social media.

How much rubbish do muddy music lovers generate

Monday: Clean up begins after the Glastonbury music festival in Somerset.

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Scientists say climate change likely to affect Antarctica's emperor penguins

Tuesday: Scientists say climate change is likely to affect Antarctica's emperor penguins.

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Chilean devil rays, huge warm-water fish, discovered plunging to ice-cold depths

Wednesday: Warm water Chilean devil rays are discovered plunging to ice-cold depths.

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Around 1.3bn tonnes of food is lost or wasted each year - enough to feed millions

Thursday: Around 1.3bn tonnes of food is lost or wasted each year - enough to feed millions .

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The minimum weight for bikes in the Tour de France is lighter than a whippet

Friday: The Tour de France bike race is due to start its first stage this year in Yorkshire.

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