Saturday, October 31, 2020
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The Inuit Legend of How the Narwhal Got Its Tusk

Narwhal, also called “unicorn of the sea,” have been the subject of discussions and studies for ages. Be it the functionality of its tusk...
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Adorable Baby Animals and Their Moms: Your Daily Dose of Awww

When it comes to wild baby animals, mothers certainly know best. What we know best is that few things are more precious than catching...
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World’s Oldest Known Spider Dies at the Age of 43

With over 35,000 species of spiders present in the world, most of us have always freaked at the very sight of one of these...
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Myth Check! Do Alligators Actually Live in Sewers?

Sewers are scary places. They’re dark and dangerous and contain lots of foul and revolting things like garbage, rats, and obviously, sewage. Ew. However, there...
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The Shocking Secret of the Oxpecker

Oxpeckers, a bird endemic to the savannas of sub-Saharan Africa, have recently had a moment in the limelight. Lately, there has been a great...
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You Won’t Believe How Big Giant Squid Get

Giant squid certainly live up to their name. The biggest on record measured nearly 43 feet long (13 meters) and weighed in at almost...
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Are Ligers and Other Hybrid Breeds Unethical?

Have you ever heard of ligers? They aren't mythical creatures. They're the offspring of a female tiger and a male lion. They resemble a...
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When a Predator Becomes the Prey

By the laws of nature, one would assume the predator always attacks the prey. But nature never fails to surprise us. Strangely enough, there...

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