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The weird fingerlike thing wasn’t from a bear or other wild mammal, but it also wasn’t human.
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Sex and the science of sounds help to explain how a songbird can imitate a laser gun with astonishing precision. Continue reading →
Fish don't scream, so what's a scared fish to do? Researchers found that some fish warn others and express their distress by grinding their teeth. Continue reading →
The telltale aroma of beer first evolved, not to tempt thirsty people, but to attract fruit flies. Continue reading →
Things that go bump in the night may not be ghosts after all.
Mysterious animals whose remains resemble dried up pomegranates lived 370 million years before the world's first dinosaurs emerged. Continue reading →
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