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You don't have to be a Kardashian to stand out on the Internet — all you need is at least 20 pairs of bright-yellow legs, a gleaming red head and venomous fangs.
You don't have to be a Kardashian to stand out on the Internet — all you need is at least 20 pairs of bright-yellow legs, a gleaming red head and venomous fangs.
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Simply gorgeous.
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They have fascinated and mystified us. Here's a look at the art and science of boobs.
They have fascinated and mystified us. Here's a look at the art and science of boobs.
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From the Amityville horror and the Raelians to a woman claiming to birth bunnies.
From the Amityville horror and the Raelians to a woman claiming to birth bunnies.
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Though "plain crop circles" - simple flattened circles or ovals in crop fields - have been reported under other names for at least a couple of hundred years. Of course that doesn't rule out human creation either, since it seems what you need to make one is a plank and some string.
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Catastrophic volcanic eruptions about 250 million years ago spewed enough lava to cover Australia, triggering Earth's worst mass extinction, in which 90 percent of sea creatures were wiped off the face of the planet, scientists say.
Catastrophic volcanic eruptions about 250 million years ago spewed enough lava to cover Australia, triggering Earth's worst mass extinction, in which 90 percent of sea creatures were wiped off the face of the planet, scientists say.
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+Kuba Rychlik 90% of all species of life was wiped out by the Siberian Traps. Life didn't recover for millions of years. You're blocked ignorant asshole.
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Smoking pot frequently may lower men's sperm counts, a new study finds.
Smoking pot frequently may lower men's sperm counts, a new study finds.
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Wow!! Population control too !!!!
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These finds have stumped scientists and captured imaginations.
These finds have stumped scientists and captured imaginations.
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Violent crime is complex, but America's dual obsession with guns and fame may explain the nation's high rates of mass shootings.
Violent crime is complex, but America's dual obsession with guns and fame may explain the nation's high rates of mass shootings.
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A medieval sword inscribed with a mysterious message is stumping researchers and causing quite a stir among armchair historians.
A medieval sword inscribed with a mysterious message is stumping researchers and causing quite a stir among armchair historians.
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Beautiful images of far-away worlds and distant stars.
Beautiful images of far-away worlds and distant stars.
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An update to the serving sizes listed on food labels will better reflect the amount of food people actually eat, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says. But determining an appropriate serving size may be trickier than you think.
An update to the serving sizes listed on food labels will better reflect the amount of food people actually eat, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says. But determining an appropriate serving size may be trickier than you think.
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Dreamy swirls and loops seen on satellite represent a cyanobacteria bloom in the Baltic Sea.
Dreamy swirls and loops seen on satellite represent a cyanobacteria bloom in the Baltic Sea.
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