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Here are some of the other amazing advances in animal surgeries.
Here are some of the other amazing advances in animal surgeries.
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Billions of by-the-wind sailors, also called Velella velella, could wash ashore in coming months because of favorable water temperatures and onshore winds.
Billions of by-the-wind sailors, also called Velella velella, could wash ashore in coming months because of favorable water temperatures and onshore winds.
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Wait for the moronic "Fukushima" comments when it happens 
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With the bill and webbed toes of a duck, tail of a beaver and body of an otter, platypuses are some of the strangest-looking animals on the planet. Their mating behaviors are just as odd, involving venom battles, tail biting and aquatic dances.
With the bill and webbed toes of a duck, tail of a beaver and body of an otter, platypuses are some of the strangest-looking animals on the planet. Their mating behaviors are just as odd, involving venom battles, tail biting and aquatic dances.
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Part of an ancient aqueduct built more than 2,000 years ago to transport water into the city of Jerusalem was uncovered during a recent construction project, according to the Israel Antiquities Authority.
Part of an ancient aqueduct built more than 2,000 years ago to transport water into the city of Jerusalem was uncovered during a recent construction project, according to the Israel Antiquities Authority.
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Anyone who lives in a dry place does. South America, Egypt, Sahara, Himalaya... everyone soon works it out on pain of death
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Our universe may be one of many, according to numerous physics theories.
Our universe may be one of many, according to numerous physics theories.
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Mental children raised by imbaciles.
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If alien life does exist, scientists aren't sure what it would look like, but one cosmologists says such extraterrestrial creatures will be big — on the order of 660 lbs. (300 kilograms), says a cosmologist who bases the estimate on statistics.
If alien life does exist, scientists aren't sure what it would look like, but one cosmologists says such extraterrestrial creatures will be big — nearly 700 lbs. (314 kilograms), says a cosmologist who bases the estimate on statistics.
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And they will look like Rosey O'Donnell.
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From gravitons and winos to the chameleon particle, here are five bizarre things that may exist beyond the Higgs.
From gravitons and winos to the chameleon particle, here are five bizarre things that may exist beyond the Higgs.
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The ancient Egyptians famously mummified the dead to preserve their loved ones in perpetuity, and now, scientists have mummified fresh tissue from a human corpse to gain insight into these ancient preservation techniques.
The ancient Egyptians famously mummified the dead to preserve their loved ones in perpetuity, and now, scientists have mummified fresh tissue from a human corpse to gain insight into these ancient preservation techniques.
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Great headway has recently been made in determining what makes people good at drawing, and how the skill can be learned.
Great headway has recently been made in determining what makes people good at drawing, and how the skill can be learned.
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Drawing and painting helps me forget problems and troubles. 
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For the first time, scientists have revealed how a remote Papua New Guinean clan mummifies the bodies of their people.
For the first time, scientists have revealed how a remote Papua New Guinean clan mummifies the bodies of their people.
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The beauty of the fallout from particles slamming into each other with record-breaking energy can be seen in images released yesterday.
The beauty of the fallout from particles slamming into each other with record-breaking energy can be seen in images released yesterday.
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The tire-size opah thrives in cold ocean depths by keeping its blood warm, making it the first fish ever discovered to generate its own body heat. It does so in a bizarre way.
The tire-size opah, which can weigh up to 200 pounds, thrives in cold ocean depths by keeping its blood warm, making it the first fish ever discovered to generate its own body heat. It does so in a bizarre way.
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