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If you think it’s the chlorine that makes your eyes red in swimming pools, think again, it's actually something way more gross
If you think it’s the chlorine that makes your eyes red in swimming pools, think again.
According to the annual healthy swimming report from the… 267 more words
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You could say that fly’s brain is, um, simple. But scientists have found that the simplicity of a fly’s brain is nothing short of brilliant. 197 more words
Thanks to a geomagnetic storm, parts of the U.S. and Canada were treated to breathtaking views of the Aurora Borealis, aka the Northern Lights, on Monday. 298 more words
Scientists have a dire warning for us; that we are in the beginning stages of a mass extinction that could threaten humanity’s existence. (Video via… 472 more words
They aren’t exactly foodies yet, but scientists say our closest neighbors on the evolutionary chain are finally catching up to humans ability to cook.
A study out of Harvard University shows that chimps have a preference for cooked foods and will even take steps to get it prepared. 508 more words
This relatively new species of chunky little octopuses still doesn't have a name, but scientists have one idea
Scientists have been collecting and studying a relatively new species of octopuses since 1990 and very little is still known about them, but what they do know is that these cephalopods are cute. 144 more words