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Coming face to face with a crocodile or an alligator, you'd likely see a mouth full of serrated teeth.
Coming face to face with a crocodile or an alligator, you'd likely see a mouth full of serrated teeth.
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A skeleton with a tell-tale knee injury may belong to Alexander the Great's father, Philip II. But a decades-old debate about the identity of these bones won't go down without a fight.
A skeleton with a tell-tale knee injury may belong to Alexander the Great's father, Philip II. But a decades-old debate about the identity of these bones won't go down without a fight.
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Virginia Tech. Sandy Hook. Charleston. Not only are mass shootings tragedies in their own rights, they appear to be contagious, according to a new study that also found such criminal acts may spread due to sensational media coverage.
Virginia Tech. Sandy Hook. Charleston. Not only are mass shootings tragedies in their own rights, they appear to be contagious, according to a new study that also found such criminal acts may spread due to sensational media coverage.
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Vision research over the past 30 years has gradually proven that forbidden colors — reddish green and yellowish blue — are real, though some scientists still don't believe it.
Vision research over the past 30 years has gradually proven that forbidden colors — reddish green and yellowish blue — are real, though some scientists still don't believe it.
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Trying to match that paint color for that new room in your home? It's not as easy as you think. Take a look at why we always seem to land in the right color family but shades can cause our brains to go into meltdown. 
When you bring home the wrong color of paint from the hardware store, it may not be your foggy memory at fault. A new study finds that while the human brain can distinguish between millions of colors, it has difficulty remembering specific shades.
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Did Marcantonio Raimondi ever cross pass with #LeonardodaVinci? See the engraving that may point to their chance meeting and when was this engraving made. More mysteries revealed.
A 500-year-old engraving may show Leonardo da Vinci playing a musical instrument called a lira da braccio. If verified, the engraving would represent just the third contemporary depiction of da Vinci still in existence.
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It's proven that the caffeine in coffee stimulates the brain, but there's something in a cup of joe that can also jump-start the other end of the body. That's right: Coffee can make you poop.
It's proven that the caffeine in coffee stimulates the brain, but there's something in a cup of joe that can also jump-start the other end of the body. That's right: Coffee can make you poop.
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A young, great white shark had a near-death experience when the retreating tide left it stranded on a beach in Cape Cod on Monday afternoon (July 13). Beachgoers spotted the giant fish writhing on the sand, and threw water on its gills to help it breathe.
A young, great white shark had a near-death experience when the retreating tide left it stranded on a beach in Cape Cod on Monday afternoon (July 13). Beachgoers spotted the giant fish writhing on the sand, and threw water on its gills to help it breathe.
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The average American is exposed about 620 millirem (mrem) of radiation each year, according to the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission. This radiation comes from both natural and man-made sources.
The average American is exposed about 620 millirem (mrem) of radiation each year, according to the United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission. This radiation comes from both natural and man-made sources.
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Remember that dream you once had about becoming #Cleopatra or maybe even an Egyptian pharaoh like Ramses III? See the family dysfunction that ran rampant in some of the biggest names throughout history.
Palace plots, assassination attempts and multiple marriages would have made family reunions in these royal lineages awkward, to say the least.
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See what the University of Connecticut uncovered when looking at the family breadwinner and why spouses are more likely to cheat. Are there benefits to equality in a marriage or does it simply boil down to keeping everyone happy? More details below.
If you think that bringing home the bacon for your spouse will guarantee their fidelity, think again.
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Learn how the written and the archaeological records can collide to uncover the identities of those long forgotten in history. We'll also take a look at the skeletons who are about to have their masks ripped away by archaeologists examining their remains. More below.
While history records the exploits of kings and queens, archaeologists mostly dig up anonymous common people -- with a few exceptions.
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Daily Exploration of the World Around You.
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Life's Little Mysteries answers fascinating questions about the world around you and the stuff in it, from things in the news and on your mind to crazy questions you didn't even know you had. Our team of experienced reporters and editors do serious research (while having loads of fun) to help answer your questions about natural and man-made phenomena.