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Grunting, clawing, and sensing a hair-covered body with cloven feet and elongated nails are symptoms of people who strongly believe they are werewolves. A researcher dug through the annals of psychiatry to find how common the condition is.
Grunting, clawing, and sensing a hair-covered body with cloven feet and elongated nails are symptoms of people who strongly believe they are werewolves. A researcher dug through the annals of psychiatry to find how common the condition is.
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Photographs taken by NASA's Cassini probe in April 2013 show a bright arc about 750 miles long and 6 miles wide at the edge of Saturn's outermost ring. This arc was probably created by the gravity of a small, icy object nearby — possibly a newborn moon.
Photographs taken by NASA's Cassini probe in April 2013 show a bright arc about 750 miles long and 6 miles wide at the edge of Saturn's outermost ring. This arc was probably created by the gravity of a small, icy object nearby — possibly a newborn moon.
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Could be a big ship in hiding. ;) Only in my dreams. :)
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Plastic surgeons reattached the ear of a woman after it was torn off during a pit bull attack, suturing together a tiny artery to bring blood flow to the ear and using leeches to drain the spent blood. 
Plastic surgeons reattached the ear of a woman after it was torn off during a pit bull attack, suturing together a tiny artery to bring blood flow to the ear and using leeches to drain the spent blood.
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From levitating a car with water from fire hoses to sprinkling salt on a dead frog's legs to make them twitch, the Science Channel show "Outrageous Acts of Science" explains the science behind YouTube videos that would make your jaw drop. 
From levitating a car with water from fire hoses to sprinkling salt on a dead frog's legs to make them twitch, the Science Channel show "Outrageous Acts of Science" explains the science behind YouTube videos that would make your jaw drop.
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Ancient spherical fossils dating back to around 500 million years ago appear to be the embryos of a yet-unknown animal. The fossils come from the Cambrian, a time when the diversity of life exploded.
Ancient spherical fossils dating back to around 500 million years ago appear to be the embryos of a yet-unknown animal. The fossils come from the Cambrian, a time when the diversity of life exploded.
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That is mind-boggling!
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Bats' ability to fly may protect the organisms from becoming ill with a range of viruses known to be deadly to humans, including Ebola and rabies, according to a new hypothesis.
Bats' ability to fly may protect the organisms from becoming ill with a range of viruses known to be deadly to humans, including Ebola and rabies, according to a new hypothesis.
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People who smoke marijuana a few times a week, but are not addicted to the drug, may still have changes in their brains.
People who smoke marijuana a few times a week, but are not addicted to the drug, may still have changes in their brains.
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Researchers have deciphered the earliest known contract to fix a wrestling match between two teenagers who had reached the final bout of a prestigious series of games in Egypt, dating to A.D. 267.
Researchers have deciphered the earliest known contract to fix a wrestling match between two teenagers who had reached the final bout of a prestigious series of games in Egypt, dating to A.D. 267.
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...is this supposed to be the Undertaker VS whoever he wrestled recently and everybody thought it was fixed WWF prank parody?
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Britain's only female giant panda, Tian Tian, was artificially inseminated at the Edinburgh Zoo after failing to get it on the natural way with her partner Yang Guang.
RZSS officials announced today (April 15) that Britain's only female giant panda, Tian Tian, was artificially inseminated at the Edinburgh Zoo after failing to get it on the natural way with her partner, Yang Guang.
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Researchers have grown an esophagus, which brings food and water to the stomach, in a lab, and found the organ functioned as needed when implanted into rats. 
Researchers have grown an esophagus, which brings food and water to the stomach, in a lab, and found the organ functioned as needed when implanted into rats. This research could someday help people with esophageal cancer, or injuries to the esophagus.
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