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How Do You Heal Bear Paws Burned in the California Wildfires? Use Tilapia Skin

Veterinarians are using tilapia skin to help heal bears who survived the California wildfires with third degree burns on their paws. There's somet...

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Published: 2018-02-01 16:16 0

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How to Help Overweight Dogs Lose Weight

Dog owners may sometimes find it difficult to see that their dog is overweight. With canine obesity on the rise, maintaining a dog’s health has...

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Published: 2018-02-01 15:16 0

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Plastic is Killing Our Coral Reefs

Scientists have found that coral reefs clogged with plastic are 20 times more likely to catch diseases. Plastics are choking our reefs. [Photo via...

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Published: 2018-02-01 14:16 0

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It’s Now Possible to Produce Fake Celebrity Porn Using Machine Learning

An application called “FakeApp” makes it possible for people to create fake porn using the faces of their favorite celebrities. FakeAp...

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Published: 2018-02-01 13:16 0

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No, the “Alien Artifacts” in That Video aren’t Proof of Alien Life

Artifacts reportedly discovered in Mexico have been used as proof of close encounters with extraterrestrials. However, this claim is likely untrue....

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Published: 2018-02-01 12:16 0

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Amateur Astronomer Finds a Long-Lost NASA Satellite

An amateur astronomer has done something that NASA was unable to do: find a satellite that was lost back in 2005. Has the IMAGE satellite come bac...

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Published: 2018-02-01 11:16 0

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Aussies are Helping Animals Cope With One of the Hottest Years on Record

Australia’s animals are having a hard time cooling off in one of the country’s hottest summers ever, but humans are doing their best to ke...

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Published: 2018-02-01 10:16 0

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Naked Mole Rats May Look Weird, But They’re Amazing Little Creatures

Not only are naked mole rats basically immune to cancer, they’re also capable of defying the laws of aging. Naked mole rats may look like thi...

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Published: 2018-02-01 09:16 0

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Ramses the Great… Liar? Findings Cast Doubt Over Pharaoh’s Achievements

The pharaoh Ramses II, also known as Ramses the Great, may have just been great at lying. New findings suggest that the great pharaoh’s military...

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Published: 2018-02-01 08:16 0

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Smoking One Cigarette A Day Is Half As Dangerous As A Full Pack!

Time to cut down...way down. To zero. Statisticians, together with Cancer Research UK wants to look into the health risks posed by light smoking. I...

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Published: 2018-02-01 07:16 0

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An Underwater Fireworks Display? No, It's A Deep Sea Creature!

Say hi to Halitrephes maasi, a jellyfish that looks like an underwater display of fireworks. It was seen at 1,225 meters (4,019 feet) in the Revill...

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Published: 2018-02-01 06:16 0

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Can You Believe That We Can Now Somehow Eat Our Own Feces?

Is humanity doomed? "We envisioned and tested the concept of simultaneously treating astronauts' waste with microbes while producing a biomass that...

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Published: 2018-02-01 05:16 0

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Is This The New World's Longest Underwater Cave?

Mammoth Cave in Kentucky is the world’s recent longest cave of any kind. However, archaeologists and divers on Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula'...

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Published: 2018-02-01 02:16 0

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Here's An Amazingly Handsome Reconstructed Face of 9,000-Year-Old Woman

Meet Avgi, an ancient badass! Once warm and alive nearly 9,000 years ago, she lived her life in Greece during the end of the Mesolithic period arou...

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Published: 2018-01-31 23:16 0

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What Are Nightmares Made Of? This Sac Full of Deadly Spiders!

Oh no, they opened it! A resident in Newcastle, Australia recently found a strange sac in their garden. Out of curiosity, they opened it a little t...

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Published: 2018-01-31 18:16 0

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