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Stop Everything – It Turns Out Wombats Also Have Biofluorescent Fur

First we discovered platypus would look great at a rave, now wombats, bilbies and other marsupials can join the blacklight party – with scientists unexpectedly…

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The Last Fertile Female in Guinea’s Tool-Using Ape Tribe Has Successfully Given Birth!

A dwindling tribe of chimpanzees in Guinea that gained global fame for uncanny abilities to use tools has a glimmer of hope after its last…

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What Are The Health Risks of Space? Scientists Just Unveiled The Biggest Study Yet

Space is a hostile place. We may have developed the technology to launch astronauts into orbit and get them home safely, but scientists are still…

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Best gaming monitor: Five things to consider

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2020 isn’t all bad. Here are 13 science stories to be thankful for.

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How Do Octopuses Experience the World?

When Dominic Zivitilli began to study invertebrates, it didn’t take him long to pick a favorite. As he peered into the tanks of jellyfish, snails,…

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Best smartwatch: Five things to consider

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Nine kitchen gifts that do one thing really well

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Controversial 7-Million-Year-Old Skull May Not Have Been as Human as We Thought

The question of whether a 7-million-year-old primate, nicknamed ‘Toumai,’ walked on two or four legs has whipped up drama amongst palaeontologists – complete with a…

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Scientists Figured Out How Much Exercise You Need to ‘Offset’ a Day of Sitting

We know that spending hour after hour sitting down isn’t good for us, but just how much exercise is needed to counteract the negative health…

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