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Sharks "had legs and a prehensile trunk", new fossil reveals

A new fossil found in the Ozark mountains of Arkansas has debunked the myth that sharks have remained unchanged since before the time of the dinosaurs. 217 more words

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Shapeshifting Octopus, amazing camouflage

Shapeshifting Octopus, amazing camouflage

Shapeshifting Octopus, amazing camouflage

Amazing video of an octopus even got my children’s attention.

Simply Awesome Video!

Only 1 minute long…Watch and be Amazed!

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Shapeshifting Octopus, amazing camouflage

Shapeshifting Octopus, amazing camouflage

Amazing video of an octopus even got my children’s attention.

Simply Awesome Video!

Only 1 minute long…Watch and be Amazed!

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Failure To Listen

Anti-bacterial soaps: why they do far more harm than good

There is an entire aisle in the supermarket devoted to cleaning products, many of which contain antibacterial chemicals. The most common, Triclosan, is found in about 75% of antibacterial soaps. 1,067 more words

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“Naming can satisfy a need, it can shorten a conversation that otherwise might go on for hours.” -Nihad Sirees

What’s in a name?

Dear reader, can I tell you a secret? I’ve pondered possible names for this blog in the same way I pored over baby names before my children were born. 451 more words

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Chickens Eggs and Salmonella

Salmonella is a type of bacteria that was discovered in 1887 by an American veterinarian named Daniel Elmer Salmon (hence the name), and there are over 2,000 strains that we know of. 678 more words

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Your crying baby is purposely ruining your sex life

Babies cry. They cry when they’re hungry, when they’re sick, when they have a diaper situation. And they usually do it at the most inconvenient of times, like when you are trying to have an intimate moment with your partner. 200 more words

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