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Why do some birds lay blue eggs? http://bit.ly/1ZausEz
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i guess its since the egg's mommy is so happy to paint them into blue kkkk
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The Skhul-Qafzeh people were not an elusive missing link between Neanderthals and humans. They were humans, and Neanderthals had replaced them.
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Would you let this robot into your apartment building? What if it asked nicely? bit.ly/1WPQIpc
People display varying levels of trust in robots, a small-scale study finds. That all changes, however, if the robot is carrying cookies.
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Loss and grief find their place in the animal kingdom as well.
A snub-nosed monkey responds to the death of his mate, and gives researchers key insights into how animals perceive life.
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Understanding the intricacies of methane-based ecosystems is more than just an academic question.
Microorganisms are the base of the planet’s biological pyramid, shaping the world we know today in innumerable unseen ways. Nearly everywhere scientists have looked – from subglacial Antarctic lakes to acidic rivers and the ocean’s depths – microbes persist. Yet the vast majority – so-called microbial dark matter – has not been isolated into pure …
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Sibling rivalries can wait.
Smashing out of its egg is only the first step in a baby sea turtle’s grueling early days. The turtle fights free of its eggshell only to find itself buried underground. It has to intuit which way is up, then dig out of the packed sand. As soon as it breaks onto the surface of the beach, it begins a …
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But most of the eggs and the babies r taken to gut of humans and the predators
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A new test can predict if a patient will wake up from a coma.
Using Positron Emission Tomography (PET) scanning, researchers say they were able to predict with 94 percent accuracy whether a coma patient would wake up.
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The biting and slapping lasts for months, that is, until the police step in.
The fight can last for months, but when the Indian jumping ant tournament concludes, the simple insects establish a complex social hierarchy.
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PHOTOS: Dr. Robin Moore launched a six-month, 21-country effort to search for frogs, toads and salamanders that hadn’t been documented in decades. http://bit.ly/20xyOGb
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PHOTOS: The creatures in a drop of ocean water. http://bit.ly/1AO4MpH
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PHOTOS: Many of these rare amphibians hadn't been seen for decades. Dr. Robin Moore changed that. http://bit.ly/20xyOGb
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Watching X-ray lasers vaporize water droplets is both satisfying and thrilling. bit.ly/1XRYHBV
An X-ray laser zapping water particles in slow-motion looks pretty epic.
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Take an exciting adventure with DISCOVER Magazine as it reports captivating developments in science, medicine, technology, and the world around us. Spectacular photography and refreshingly understandable stories on complex subjects connect everyday people with the greatest ideas and minds in science.