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Please stop taking photos with wild animals!
No one touched it for more than a century, not even the penguins.
In a world of whats, Universal is a book of whys and hows.
Who doesn’t love a plump tomato?
Diluting whiskey with a touch of water can enhance its taste.
The CDC deemed this fungus a “serious global health threat.”
This missing link provides a glimpse into how different dinosaurs groups split and evolved differently.
Genetic sequencing could pave the way for a new age of cancer detection.
Even in science, you can learn a lot of things if you follow the money.
You shouldn’t use the two interchangeably.
Nope, it’s not Trump’s idea.
Anti-vaxxers finally have a natural option.
Something smells fishy… Oh wait, it’s my lunch.
The wall measured eight meters tall and ten meters wide.
In science, there’s no room for certainty. But we can get close enough by using statistical significance.
Aging and obesity alone cannot explain it.
It’s time to face it: our pesticides are killing off bees — and bumblebees.
We might be missing a few more.
It’s a prejudice that just has to go.